Tongyang, Jiangsu

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Tongyang

潼阳镇
Coordinates: 34°16′15″N118°37′14″E / 34.27083°N 118.62056°E / 34.27083; 118.62056 Coordinates: 34°16′15″N118°37′14″E / 34.27083°N 118.62056°E / 34.27083; 118.62056
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Province Jiangsu
Prefecture-level city Suqian
County Shuyang
Area
  Total100.69 km2 (38.88 sq mi)
Elevation
12 m (38 ft)
Population
47,500
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Website http://www.shuyang.gov.cn/shuyangtyz/

Tongyang (simplified Chinese :潼阳; traditional Chinese :潼陽; pinyin :Tóngyáng) is a town of Shuyang County in northwestern Jiangsu province, China, and is directly served by China National Highway 205. The town, which has 47,500 residents now,[ when? ] was also known as Yinping Town before 2000.

Villages

Tongyang town now has 15 villages:

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