Tanggu District

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Tanggu
塘沽区
District of the People's Republic of China
1927–2009
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Location of Tanggu in Tianjin
History 
 Established
1927
 Disestablished
2009
Succeeded by
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Today part ofPart of the Binhai New Area, Tianjin
A dragonboat race in Tanggu. Tanggurace.jpeg
A dragonboat race in Tanggu.

Tanggu District (Chinese : 塘沽 ; pinyin :Tánggū Qū) was a district in the Tianjin municipality, now part of the Binhai New Area. It is on the Hai River where it enters the Bohai Sea, and is a port for Tianjin, which is about 48 km (30 mi) upriver. The Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area is within the city limits and oversees the construction of a bridge.

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The Tanggu Truce was signed in Tanggu.

Administrative divisions

See also

Notes

  1. s 新村, p Xīncūn.
  2. s 解放路, p Jiěfànglù.
  3. s 三槐路, p Sānhuáilù.
  4. s 新港, p Xīngǎng.
  5. s 杭州道, p Hángzhōudào.
  6. s 新河, p Xīnhé.
  7. s 向阳, p Xiàngyáng.
  8. s 大沽, p Dàgū.
  9. s 胡家园, p Hújiāyuán.

Coordinates: 38°59′50.60″N117°40′28.20″E / 38.9973889°N 117.6745000°E / 38.9973889; 117.6745000



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