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Tianjin - Wikipedia
Tianjin ([tʰjɛ́n.tɕín] ()), alternately romanized as Tientsin, is a municipality and a coastal metropolis in Northern China on the shore of the Bohai Sea.It is one of the nine national central cities in Mainland China, with a total population estimated at 15,621,200 in 2016. Its built-up (or metro) area, made up of 12 central districts (all but Baodi, Jizhou, Jinghai and Ninghe), was ...
Tianjin | China | Britannica
Tianjin, Wade-Giles romanization T’ien-ching, conventional Tientsin, city and province-level shi (municipality), northern China. It is located to the east of Hebei province, at the northeastern extremity of the North China Plain. After Shanghai and Beijing, it is the third largest municipality of China.
Tianjin 2021: Best of Tianjin, China Tourism - Tripadvisor
Tianjin Tourism: Tripadvisor has 49,772 reviews of Tianjin Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Tianjin resource.
Tianjin: Coastal Metropolis in Northern China near Beijing
Tianjin is one of the four municipalities in China. Facing the Bohai Sea, the city serves as Beijing 's vital gateway to the sea as well as the largest port city in north China. It is about 134 km (83 mi) from Beijing and it takes as short as 35 minutes to Beijing by bullet train.
Tianjin - Wikitravel
Tianjin (天津; Tiānjīn) is a municipality in China.
Tianjin travel | China, Asia - Lonely Planet
Welcome to Tianjin Forever being compared to Běijīng (if anything, it's more like Shànghǎi), the former foreign concession port of Tiānjīn (天津) is a large, booming, yet laid-back city, with a pleasant river promenade and some charming, European-flavoured neighbourhoods.
10 Best Things to do in Tianjin, China - Tianjin travel ...
Tianjin is a city with a rich urban atmosphere. It is also a famous historical city where western and eastern culture meet and mingle. In Tianjin, you can visit the elegant Wuda Avenue and take a gander at the numerous western-style villas. It gives people a sense of being overseas.
Tianjin - History | Britannica
The development of modern Tianjin began during the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), when the national capital was shifted from Nanjing to Beijing. In 1404 the settlement became a garrison town and was named Tianjinwei (“Defense of the Heavenly Ford”). A large military base was built and a rectangular wall constructed at that time.