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- Changsha is the capital and most populous city of Hunan Province in the south central part of the People's Republic of China. It covers 11,819 km2 (4,563 sq mi)...
- The First Battle of Changsha (17 September 1939 – 6 October 1939) was the first of four attempts by ****an to take the city of Changsha (長沙市), Hunan (湖南省)...
- Changsha (Ch’ang-sha) is the capital of China's Hunan province. Changsha may also refer to: Changsha County, a local county Changsha dialect, the local...
- Battle of Changsha may refer to: Battle of Changsha (1852) — Taiping Rebellion Battle of Changsha (1911) — Xinhai Revolution Battle of Changsha (1939) —...
- 1491°E / 28.1699; 113.1491 The Changsha Maglev Express (simplified Chinese: 长沙磁浮快线; traditional Chinese: 長沙磁浮快線; pinyin: Chángshā cífú kuàixiàn) is a medium-low...
- Changsha Huanghua International Airport (IATA: CSX, ICAO: ZGHA, CAAC LID: HHA) is the airport serving Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, China, as...
- The Changsha Metro (officially 长沙轨道交通; chángshā guǐdào jiāotōng; also called 长沙地铁; chángshā dìtiě) is a rapid transit system in Changsha, the capital city...
- Changsha dialect (simplified Chinese: 长沙话; traditional Chinese: 長沙話; pinyin: Chángshā-huà; Xiang: tsã˩˧ sɔ˧ ɣo˨˩) is a dialect of New Xiang Chinese. It...
- Changsha County (simplified Chinese: 长沙县; traditional Chinese: 長沙縣; pinyin: Chángshā Xiàn; lit.: 'Long sandbar') is a county in Hunan Province, China....
- The third Battle of Changsha (24 December 1941 – 15 January 1942) was the first major offensive in China by Imperial ****anese forces following the ****anese...
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