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Qianshan, Anhui

Qianshan


潜山市


Tsienshan
Peak of Tianzhu Mountain
Peak of Tianzhu Mountain
Qianshan in Anqing
Qianshan in Anqing
Anqing in Anhui
Anqing in Anhui
Coordinates: 30°37′52″N116°34′52″E / 30.631°N 116.581°E / 30.631; 116.581Coordinates: 30°37′52″N116°34′52″E / 30.631°N 116.581°E / 30.631; 116.581
Country People's Republic of China
Province Anhui
Prefecture-level city Anqing
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)

Qianshan is a county-level city in the southwest of Anhui Province, People's Republic of China; it is under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Anqing. It has a population of 570,000 and an area of 1,686 square kilometres (651 sq mi). The government of Qianshan County is located in Meicheng Town. The well-known Wan Mountain, or Tianzhu Mountain, is located within the borders of the County.

Administrative divisions [ edit ]

Qianshan has jurisdiction over 11 towns and 19 townships.

Towns

Townships

Geography [ edit ]

Lake Xuehu, noted for its lotus plants, lies in the centre of the city. The number of plants has decreased in recent years, possibly because they provide a food source for lobsters.[citation needed]

Wanghe Town, hometown of Xuruoyu, is in the south of the city.

The Qian River with its noted River Beach flows through Qianshan from north to south.

History [ edit ]

The Two Qiaos, two sisters from the Three Kingdoms era were from Wan County, Lujiang Commandery (present-day Qianshan, Anhui).



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