Tongzi County

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Tongzi County

桐梓县

Tungtze; Tungtse
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Location of the seat in Guizhou
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Tongzi (Southwest China)
Coordinates(Tongzi County government): 28°07′59″N106°49′29″E / 28.1330°N 106.8247°E / 28.1330; 106.8247 Coordinates: 28°07′59″N106°49′29″E / 28.1330°N 106.8247°E / 28.1330; 106.8247
Country People's Republic of China
Province Guizhou
Prefecture-level city Zunyi
Area
  Total3,193.54 km2 (1,233.03 sq mi)
Population
 (2010)
  Total521,567
  Density160/km2 (420/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
563200

Tongzi (Chinese :桐梓; pinyin :Tóngzǐ) is a county under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Zunyi, in the north of Guizhou province, China, bordering Chongqing to the north.

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The county government is located in the town of Loushanguan.

Transportation

Map including Tongzi (labeled as T'UNG-TZU Tong Zi 
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Map including Tongzi (labeled as T'UNG-TZU 桐梓) (AMS, 1954)

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