Tianshan (disambiguation)

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Tian Shan or Tianshan is a mountain range in Central Asia.

Tian Shan system of mountain ranges located in Central Asia

The Tian Shan, also known as the Tengri Tagh, meaning the Mountains of Heaven or the Heavenly Mountain, is a large system of mountain ranges located in Central Asia. The highest peak in the Tian Shan is Jengish Chokusu, at 7,439 metres (24,406 ft) high. Its lowest point is the Turpan Depression, which sits at 154 m (505 ft) below sea level.

Tianshan (天山) may also refer to the following in China:

Tianshan District District in Xinjiang, Peoples Republic of China

Tianshan District is a core urban district of Ürümqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. It contains an area of 171 km2 (66 sq mi). According to the 2002 census, it has a population of 450,000.

Tianshan, Jiangsu

Tianshan Town is a town in Gaoyou County-level city, which in its turn is part of Yangzhou Prefecture-level city, in China's Jiangsu Province.

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The Mount Heaven Sect, also known as the Tianshan Sect, is a fictional martial arts sect mentioned in works of wuxia fiction, most notably Liang Yusheng's Qijian Xia Tianshan. It also appears in Jin Yong's Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils as a minor sect that plays an important role in the story line of one of the three protagonists, Xuzhu. The sect is named after the place where it is based, the Tian Shan mountain range in western China.

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Tianshan Volcanic Group mountain in Peoples Republic of China

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Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard F.C. association football club in China

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Silk Roads: the Routes Network of Changan-Tianshan Corridor UNESCO World Heritage Site

Silk Roads: The Routes Network of Chang'an-Tian Shan Corridor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which covers the Chang'an-Tianshan portion of the ancient Silk Road and historical sites along the route. On June 22, 2014, UNESCO designated a 5,000 km stretch of the Silk Road network from Central China to the Zhetsyu Region of Central Asia as a World Heritage site. The corridor spans China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and includes 33 new sites and several previously designated heritage sites.

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The Tianjin–Shanhaiguan railway or Tianshan railway is a railway line in China between Tianjin and Shanhaiguan. The line is 303 km long and starts serves Tianjin, Tanggu, Tangshan, Qinhuangdao and Shanhaiguan railway stations. The railway was originally part of the Beijing–Harbin railway but was renamed when the Beijing–Harbin railway was merged with the Beijing–Qinhuangdao railway.

Ar Horqin Airport

Ar Horqin Airport is a general aviation airport being constructed to serve Ar Horqin Banner in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China. It is located 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northeast of Tianshan Town, the administrative seat of Ar Horqin, between the villages of Shenglong and Shuangshan.