Siqian


Siqian
1
Original name in latin Siqian
Name in other language Siqian, Siqian Shezu Zhen, Siqian Shezuxiang, Ssu-ch'ien, Ssu-ch’ien, si qian, si qian she zu zhen
State code CN
Continent/City Asia/Shanghai
longitude 27.66826
latitude 119.78467
altitude 148
Population 0
Date 2012-08-04
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Original name in latin Siqian
Name in other language Siqian, Siqian Zhen, Ssu-ch'ien, Ssu-ch'ien-chieh, Ssu-ch'ien-chien, Ssu-ch'ing, Ssu-ch’ien, Ssu-ch’ien-chieh, Ssu-ch’ien-chien, Ssu-ch’ing, si qian, si qian zhen
State code CN
Continent/City Asia/Shanghai
longitude 24.66845
latitude 114.08713
altitude 231
Population 0
Date 2012-06-05
3
Original name in latin Siqian
Name in other language Siqian, Siqian Zhen, Ssu-ch'ien, Ssu-ch’ien, Szetsin, si qian, si qian zhen
State code CN
Continent/City Asia/Shanghai
longitude 22.4952
latitude 112.85388
altitude 6
Population 0
Date 2012-06-05

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