Taiyuan

Taiyuan is the capital and largest city of province, . It is one of the main manufacturing bases of China. Throughout its long history, Taiyuan was the capital or provisional capital of many dynasties in China, hence the name Lóngchéng.Taiyuan is located roughly in the centre of Shanxi, with the Fen River flowing through the central city.
Photo: Emdx, CC BY 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The is the largest museum and cultural building in the province of , China. Photo: Roland Longbow, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Buddhist temple
is a Buddhist temple located in of Taiyuan, . Photo: Zhangzhugang, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Railway station
Railway Station is a railway station on the Tongpu Railway, Shitai Railway and Shitai Passenger Railway. Photo: Zhangzhugang, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Place of worship
Photo: 猫猫的日记本, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Town
Subdistrict is a subdistrict of , Taiyuan, , People's Republic of China.

Taiyuan

Latitude
37.87° or 37° 52' 12" north
Longitude
112.5453° or 112° 32' 43" east
Open Location Code
8P9JVGCW+24
Population
3,530,000
IATA airport code
TYN
United Nations Location Code
CN TYU
Elevation
795 metres (2608 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 244081765
Geo­Names ID
1793511
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Also Known As

  • Achinese: Taiyuan
  • Afrikaans: Taiyuan
  • Arabic: Taiyuan
  • Arabic: تاي يوان
  • Armenian: Թայյուան
  • Asturian: Taiyuán
  • Basque: Taiyuan
  • Belarusian: Тайюань
  • Belarusian: Таюань
  • Bengali: টাইউয়ান
  • Bengali: থাইউয়ান
  • Bengali: থাইউয়েন
  • Breton: Taiyuan
  • Bulgarian: Тайюен
  • Catalan: Taiyuan
  • Cebuano: Taiyuan (kapital sa lalawigan)
  • Cebuano: Taiyuan
  • Chechen: Тайюань
  • Chinese: Thài-goân-chhī
  • Chinese: Tàiyuán
  • Chinese: 太原
  • Chinese: 太原市
  • Croatian: Taiyuan
  • Czech: Tchaj-jüan
  • Danish: Taiyuan
  • Dutch: Taiyuan
  • Egyptian Arabic: تاى يوان
  • English: Bīng
  • English: Jìnyáng
  • Esperanto: Tajuano
  • Finnish: Taiyuan
  • French: Taiyuan
  • Galician: Taiyuan - 太原
  • Galician: Taiyuan
  • Gan Chinese: 太原市
  • German: Taiyuan
  • Greek: Ταϊγιουάν
  • Gujarati: તાઈયુઆન
  • Hakka Chinese: Thai-ngièn-sṳ
  • Hausa: Thai-ngièn-sṳ
  • Hebrew: טאי-יואן
  • Hindi: ताइयुआन
  • Hungarian: Tajjüan
  • Icelandic: Taiyuan
  • Indonesian: Taiyuan
  • Italian: Taiyuan
  • Japanese: 太原市
  • Kalaallisut: Taiyuan
  • Kannada: ತೈಯುವನ್
  • Kikuyu: Taiyuan
  • Kirghiz: Тайюань
  • Kongo: Taiyuan
  • Korean: 타이위안 시
  • Korean: 타이위안시
  • Kurdish: Taiyuan
  • Latin: Taiyuenum
  • Latvian: Taijuaņa
  • Literary Chinese: 太原市
  • Lithuanian: Tajuanas
  • Macedo-Romanian: Taiyuan
  • Macedonian: Тајјуен
  • Malagasy: Taiyuan
  • Malay: Taiyuan
  • Marathi: थाय्युआन
  • Min Dong Chinese: Tái-nguòng
  • Min Nan Chinese: Thài-goân-chhī
  • Mingrelian: ტაიუანი
  • Mongolian: Тайюань
  • Northern Frisian: Taiyuan
  • Norwegian: Taiyuan
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Taiyuan
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Taiyuan
  • Occitan (post 1500): Taiyuan
  • Panjabi: ਤਾਈਯੂਆਨ
  • Persian: تائی‌یوان
  • Polish: Taiyuan
  • Portuguese: Taiuã
  • Portuguese: Taiyuan
  • Quechua: Taiyuan
  • Romanian: Taiyuan
  • Russia Buriat: Тайюань
  • Russian: Тайюань
  • Scots: Taiyuan
  • Serbian: Таијуан
  • Serbian: Тајуен
  • Serbo-Croatian: Taiyuan
  • Sinhala: ටායියුආන්
  • Spanish: Taiyuan
  • Spanish: Taiyuán
  • Swedish: Taiyuan
  • Tagalog: Taiyuan
  • Tamil: டாய்யுவான்
  • Tamil: தையுவான்
  • Telugu: టైయుఆన్
  • Thai: ไท่หยวน
  • Turkish: Taiyuan
  • Uighur: تەييۈەن شەھىرى
  • Ukrainian: Тайюань
  • Urdu: تاییوان
  • Uzbek: Tayyuan
  • Vietnamese: Thái Nguyên, Sơn Tây
  • Vietnamese: Thái Nguyên
  • Waray (Philippines): Taiyuan
  • Welsh: Taiyuan
  • Western Panjabi: تائی یوآن
  • Wu Chinese: 太原市
  • Yue Chinese: 太原
  • Zhuang: Daiyienz
  • Taiyuan Shi
  • Taiyüan-fu
  • T’ai-yüan-shih
  • Yang-ch’ü
  • Yangkü
  • Yanka
  • 晋阳

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