Tieshangang District

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Tieshangang

铁山港区
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Tieshangang
Coordinates: 21°31′44″N109°25′19″E / 21.529°N 109.422°E / 21.529; 109.422 Coordinates: 21°31′44″N109°25′19″E / 21.529°N 109.422°E / 21.529; 109.422
Country People's Republic of China
Autonomous region Guangxi
Prefecture-level city Beihai
District seatNankang
Area
  Total394 km2 (152 sq mi)
Population
  Total160,000
  Density410/km2 (1,100/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)

Tieshangang District (simplified Chinese :铁山港区; traditional Chinese :鐵山港區; pinyin :Tiěshāngǎng Qū; lit. 'Tieshan Port District'), is a district of the city of Beihai, Guangxi, China. It has 3 neighborhood committees and 39 village committees.

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Subdivisions

3 towns:

Transportation

The Yulin–Tieshangang railway carries freight services to and from the coast.


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