Tianjia'an District

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Tianjia'an
田家庵区
District
Coordinates: 32°39′19″N117°02′30″E / 32.65528°N 117.04167°E / 32.65528; 117.04167 Coordinates: 32°39′19″N117°02′30″E / 32.65528°N 117.04167°E / 32.65528; 117.04167
Country People's Republic of China
Province Anhui
Prefecture-level city Huainan
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Tianjia'an (Chinese :田家庵; pinyin :Tiánjiā'ān) is a district of the city of Huainan, Anhui Province, China.

Chinese language family of languages

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Huainan Prefecture-level city in Anhui, China

Huainan is a prefecture-level city with 2,334,000 inhabitants in central Anhui, China. It is named for the Han-era Principality of Huainan. It borders the provincial capital of Hefei to the south, Lu'an to the southwest, Fuyang to the west, Bozhou to the northwest, Bengbu to the northeast and Chuzhou to the east. Huainan is one of the core cities of Hefei Metropolitan Circle and is known for its coal industry and thermal power plants. Its built-up area is home to 1,938,212 inhabitants in 2010. Its city flower is the Chinese rose and its city tree is the Old-World Plane Tree. It is also considered to be the hometown and birthplace of tofu.


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