Chongqing

Chongqing is fast becoming the most economically important city in the interior West , with an urban population of around 8.8 million. In addition to the central urban area, the also includes some 80,000 km² of the neighboring countryside and smaller towns, with approximately 30 million people altogether.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The is a museum in the of Chongqing, about the Three Gorges and Chongqing. Photo: Zhangzhugang, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Theatre
The Great Hall of the People, also translated as the Chongqing People's Auditorium, located in central Chongqing, China, is a large hall for political meetings and cultural events. Photo: Zhangzhugang, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Museum
The is a museum in of Chongqing that which preserves the former residence of General Joseph W. Photo: WhisperToMe, CC0.

Railway station
The is a railway station of Chengyu Railway, Xiangyu Railway, Chuanqian Railway, Chengyu Passenger Railway, that located in People's Republic of China. Photo: Zhangzhugang, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Town
Photo: Fxqf, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Chongqing

Latitude
29.5647° or 29° 33' 53.1" north
Longitude
106.5479° or 106° 32' 52.4" east
Open Location Code
7PX8HG7X+V5
Population
18,400,000
IATA airport code
CKG
United Nations Location Code
CN CQI
Elevation
234 metres (768 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 734098547
Geo­Names ID
1814906
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Also Known As

  • Achinese: Chongqing
  • Afrikaans: Chongqing
  • Afrikaans: Tsjongtsjing
  • Albanian: Çongqing
  • Amharic: ቾንግጪንግ
  • Arabic: Chongqing
  • Arabic: تشونغتشينغ
  • Aragonese: Chongqing
  • Armenian: Չունցին
  • Asturian: Chongqing
  • Azerbaijani: Çuntsin
  • Bambara: Chongqing
  • Bashkir: Чунцин
  • Basque: Chongqing
  • Belarusian: Чунцын
  • Bengali: চুংকিং
  • Bengali: ছুংছিং
  • Bosnian: Chongqing
  • Breton: Chongqing
  • Bulgarian: Чунцин
  • Burmese: ချုံချင့်မြို့
  • Catalan: Chongqing
  • Catalan: Chóngqìng
  • Catalan: Txungking
  • Catalan: 重庆
  • Catalan: 重慶
  • Cebuano: Chongqing Shi
  • Chechen: Чунцин
  • Cheyenne: Chongqing
  • Chinese: Chóngqìng shì
  • Chinese: Dé̤ng-ki̍ng-chī
  • Chinese: Tiông-khèng-chhī
  • Chinese:
  • Chinese: 重庆
  • Chinese: 重庆市
  • Chinese: 重慶
  • Chinese: 重慶市
  • Cornish: Chongqing
  • Croatian: Chongqing
  • Czech: Čchung-čching
  • Danish: Chongqing
  • Dutch: Chongqing
  • Dutch: Tsjoengking
  • Eastern Mari: Чунцин
  • Egyptian Arabic: تشونجتشينج
  • English: Chongqing Municipality
  • English: Chunking
  • Erzya: Чунцин
  • Esperanto: Ĉongĉingo
  • Estonian: Chongqing
  • Estonian: Chongqing Shi
  • Finnish: Chongqing
  • Finnish: Tšunking
  • French: Chongqing
  • Galician: Chongqing - 重庆
  • Galician: Chongqing
  • Gan Chinese: 重庆市
  • Gan Chinese: 重慶
  • Georgian: ჩუნცინი
  • German: Chongqing
  • German: Chongqing (Chongqing Shi)
  • Greek: Τσονγκίνγκ
  • Greek: Τσονγκτσίνγκ
  • Gujarati: ચૉંગકિંગ
  • Gujarati: ચોંગક્વિન
  • Hakka Chinese: Tshùng-khin
  • Hausa: Chhùng-khin-sṳ
  • Hausa: Chongqing
  • Hebrew: צ'ונגצ'ינג
  • Hindi: चॊंग्किंग
  • Hindi: चोंगकिंग
  • Hindi: चोंग्किंग
  • Hindi: चौन्ग्क्विंग
  • Hungarian: Chongqing
  • Hungarian: Csungking
  • Icelandic: Chongqing
  • Indonesian: Chongqing
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Chongqing
  • Interlingue: Chongqing
  • Irish: Chongqing
  • Italian: Chongqing
  • Japanese: 重慶市
  • Kalaallisut: Chongqing
  • Kannada: ಚಾಂಗ್‍ಕಿಂಗ್
  • Kannada: ಚೊಂಗ್ಕಿಂಗ್
  • Kazakh: Чунцин
  • Kazakh: Чунцин муниципалитеті
  • Kikuyu: Chongqing
  • Kirghiz: Чунцин
  • Kongo: Chongqing
  • Korean: 중경
  • Korean: 중경시
  • Korean: 충칭 시
  • Korean: 충칭시
  • Kurdish: Chongqing
  • Latin: Chungkina
  • Latvian: Čuncjina
  • Literary Chinese: 重慶市
  • Lithuanian: Čongčingas
  • Macedonian: Чунгќинг
  • Malagasy: Chongqing
  • Malay: Chongqing
  • Malayalam: ചോങ്ചിങ്
  • Manx: Chongqing
  • Maori: Chongqing
  • Marathi: चोंगछिंग
  • Min Dong Chinese: Dṳ̀ng-kéng
  • Min Dong Chinese: Tṳ̀ng-kéng
  • Min Nan Chinese: Tiōng-khèng-chhī
  • Mingrelian: ჩუნცინი
  • Mongolian: Чунцин
  • Mongolian: Чунчин
  • Northern Frisian: Chongqing
  • Norwegian: Chongqing
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Chongqing
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Chongqing
  • Nyanja: Chongqing
  • Occitan (post 1500): Chongqing
  • Ossetian: Чунцин
  • Pampanga: Chongqing
  • Panjabi: ਚੌਂਗਕਿੰਗ
  • Persian: چونگ‌کینگ
  • Polish: Chongqing
  • Polish: Czungking
  • Portuguese: Chongqing
  • Portuguese: Xunquim
  • Quechua: Chongqing
  • Romanian: Chongqing
  • Russia Buriat: Чунцин
  • Russian: Чунцин
  • Santali: ᱪᱷᱩᱝ ᱪᱷᱤᱝ
  • Saterfriesisch: Chongqing
  • Scots: Chongqing
  • Serbian: Чунгкинг
  • Serbo-Croatian: Chongqing
  • Sinhala: චොන්කින්
  • Slovak: Čchung-čching
  • Slovenian: Chongqing
  • Slovenian: Čongčing
  • Spanish: Chongqing
  • Swahili: Chongqing
  • Swedish: Chongqing
  • Tagalog: Chongqing
  • Tajik: Чунсин
  • Tamil: சோங்கிங்
  • Tatar: Чуңчиң
  • Telugu: చాంగ్ కింగ్
  • Thai: ฉงชิ่ง
  • Tibetan: ཁྲུང་ཆིན་གྲོང་ཁྱེར།
  • Tswana: Chongqing
  • Turkish: Chongqing
  • Turkish: Çongçing
  • Turkmen: Çunszin
  • Uighur: چۇڭچىڭ شەھىرى
  • Ukrainian: Чунцін
  • Urdu: چونگ چنگ
  • Urdu: چونگ کینگ
  • Uzbek: Chunsin
  • Venetian: Chongqing
  • Veps: Čuncin
  • Vietnamese: Trùng Khánh
  • Waray (Philippines): Chongqing
  • Welsh: Chongqing
  • Western Armenian: Չոնկքինկ
  • Western Panjabi: چونگچنگ
  • Wolof: Chongqing
  • Wu Chinese: 重慶
  • Yakut: Чунцин
  • Yue Chinese:
  • Yue Chinese: 重慶
  • Yue Chinese: 重慶市
  • Zhuang: Cungzcing
  • Chungking
  • Ch’ung-ch’ing-shih
  • Ch’ung-ch’ing
  • Pa-hsien
  • Pa
  • Wp/cpx/Dé̤ng-ki̍ng-chī
  • Yuzhou
  • Yü-chou

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