Guangzhou

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Para keng aliwang gamit, lawen ye ing Guangzhou (disambiguation).
Guangzhou
广州
—  Sub-provincial city  —
广州市
From top: Tianhe CBD, the Canton Tower & Chigang Pagoda, Haizhu Bridge, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Statue of Five Goats, Zhenhai Tower in Yuexiu Park, and Sacred Heart Cathedral.
From top: Tianhe CBD, the Canton Tower & Chigang Pagoda, Haizhu Bridge, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Statue of Five Goats, Zhenhai Tower in Yuexiu Park, and Sacred Heart Cathedral.
Lokasyun ning Guangzhou king Guangdong
Lokasyun ning Guangzhou king Guangdong
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Guangzhou
Lokasyun king Tsina
Coordinates: Template:CountryAbbr2 23°08′N 113°16′E
Bangsa Maldang Republika ning Tsina
Lalawigan Guangdong
Gubiernu
 - Pinduan Sub-provincial city
 - CPC Ctte Secretary Wan Qingliang
 - Mayor Chen Jianhua
Lualas [1]
 - Sub-provincial city 2,870 sq mi (7,434 km2)
 - Urban 1,484 sq mi (3,843 km2)
Katas/kabilian 68 ft (21 m)
Populasiun (2010)[2]
 - Sub-provincial city 12,700,800
 - Populasiun Pangasiksik 4,425/sq mi (1,708/km2)
 - Kabalenan 11,070,654
Time zone China standard time (UTC+8)
Postal code 510000
Area code(s) +86 (0)20
GDP[3] 2011
 - Total CN¥1,242.34 billion
(US$192.3 billion)
 - Per capita CN¥97,588
(US$15,109)
Website http://english.gz.gov.cn
Guangzhou
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"Guangzhou", as written in Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
Simplified Chinese 广州
Traditional Chinese 廣州
Cantonese Jyutping Gwong² zau1
Cantonese Yale Gwóngjàu
Hanyu Pinyin Guǎngzhōu
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Literal meaning Wide State or Capital of Guangfu

Ing Guangzhou (simplified Chinese: 广州) — a king kasalesayan kilala antimong Canton o Kwangchow[4] — ing tungku is the (capital) ampong pekamaragul a lakanbalen (largest city) ning lalawigan ning Guangdong, Maldang Republika ning Tsina. Atyu king Pearl River, manga king pangulu-pangulu albugan ning Hong Kong ampong pangulu-pangulu aslagan ning Macau. Ing Guangzhou manimuna yang sentru ning palimpatang pambangsa (key national transportation hub) ampong daungan ning kalakal (trading port).[5] Metung ya kareng limang Pambangsang Kalibudtang Lakanbalen (National Central Cities),[6] at maki kabilyan yang administratibung sub-provincial.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  •  Ining artikulu maglaman yang tekstu ibat king On the knowledge possessed by the ancient Chinese of the Arabs and Arabian colonies: and other western countries, mentioned in Chinese books, neng E. Bretschneider, metung a publikasyun kanitang a ngeni atyu na king banding pangmalda king Estados Unidos.
  1. 土地面积、人口密度(2008年). Statistics Bureau of Guangzhou. Retrieved on 2010-02-08.
  2. 广州市2010年第六次全国人口普查主要数据公报 (Chinese). Statistics Bureau of Guangzhou (2011-05-16). Retrieved on 2011-05-25.
  3. 2010年广州市国民经济和社会发展统计公报 (Chinese). Statistics Bureau of Guangzhou (2011-04-07). Retrieved on 2011-05-25.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Guangzhou (China)". Encyclopædia Britannica. Accessed September 12, 2010.
  5. Tourism Administration of Guangzhou Municipality. visitgz.com. Retrieved on 2010-03-21.
  6. "全国城镇规划确定五大中心城市", Southern Metropolitan Daily (2010-02-09). Retrieved on 2010-07-29. 

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