Zhili

Zhili was a province in northern from the Ming Dynasty until it was dissolved in 1928. It was one of the 18 provinces sometimes called China proper.
Latitude
38.51° or 38° 30' 36" north
Longitude
115.55° or 115° 33' east
Open Location Code
8PCQGH52+X2

Also Known As

  • Armenian: Զհիլի
  • Catalan: Zhili
  • Central Kurdish: پارێزگای زیلی
  • Chinese: 直省
  • Chinese: 直隶
  • Chinese: 直隶省
  • Chinese: 直隸
  • Czech: Nan č'-li
  • Czech: Pej č'-li
  • Czech: Č'-li
  • Czech: Č’-li
  • French: Zhili
  • German: Zhili
  • Indonesian: Zhili
  • Italian: Zhili
  • Japanese: 北直隷省
  • Japanese: 直隷
  • Japanese: 直隷州
  • Japanese: 直隷省
  • Korean: 직례
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Чжили
  • Polish: Zhili
  • Russian: Чжили
  • Serbian: Џили
  • Ukrainian: Джилі
  • Ukrainian: Чжилі
  • Vietnamese: Trực Lệ

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