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The Sơn Mỹ Memorial is a memorial to victims of the My Lai Massacre in Son My, Vietnam. It is located in the village of Tịnh Khê, Sơn Tịnh District, Quảng Ngãi Province. U.S. soldiers killed at least 504 Vietnamese in this area on 16 March 1968. The memorial was built in 1978. At the time of the massacre, Sơn Mỹ was a village that included Mỹ Lai and several other hamlets. Because Mỹ Lai was not the only hamlet involved, the Vietnamese media refers to the event as the "Sơn Mỹ massacre."