Shanwei is located in eastern Guangdong, South China, and borders the South China Sea. The city is noted for its mineral resources, aquatic products and salt. There are more than 20 varieties of minerals found in the city, such as iron pyrite, wolfram, tin, quartz sand, to name but a few.
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Jiming Temple Jiming Temple, (Jiming si) situated in the east of Nanjing City, is an ancient city Buddhist temple with a long history. If your Shakeperean impulses make you start itching to find the closest nunnery, the Ji Ming Temple might well suffice.
Its present name, "Guangdong Province" was given in early Ming dynasty. Since the 16th century, Guangdong has had extensive trade links with the rest of the world. European merchants coming northwards via the Straits of Malacca and the South China Sea, particularly the Portuguese and British, traded extensively through Guangzhou.
Lianhuashan Park is located in the north of Shenzhen city, occupying an area of 166.14 hectares. It is a popular resort in the city with enchanting landscape and refreshing environment. Mt.Lotus (Lianhuashan) is neither grand nor steep, with a height of only 106 meters.
Wen Tianxiang, the last Prime Minister of the Southern Song Dynasty, who accompanied the boy Emperor south, is an authentic hero of Chinese culture and history, and one of the most remembered events of his career took place in this area during the denouement of the Southern Song Dynasty.
Shanwei is a city found in Guangdong, China. It is located 22.78 latitude and 115.35 longitude and it is situated at elevation 9 meters above sea level. Shanwei has a population of 165,699 making it the 22nd biggest city in Guangdong. It operates on the CDT time zone, which means that it follows the same time zone as Guangzhou.