Tongguanshan District

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Tongguanshan District (simplified Chinese :铜官山区; traditional Chinese :銅官山區; pinyin :Tóngguānshān Qū) is a district under the administration of Tongling City in, Anhui Province, People's Republic of China. It has a total area of 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi), and a population of approximately 260,000. The district's postal code is 244000.It was merged with Shizishan District to form Tongguan District in October 2015.[ citation needed ]

Administrative divisions

Tongguanshan District administers six streets. These include Changjianglu Street, Tongguanshan Street, Yangjiashan Street, Shichenglu Street, Saobagou Street, and Henggang Street.

Coordinates: 30°54′40″N117°48′48″E / 30.91111°N 117.81333°E / 30.91111; 117.81333

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