Awa mountain

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Awa mountain,also Ava mountain is the mountain in northern Burma and part of China's land. The majority of the Va live in Awa.[1][2]

According to 中國西南邊疆變遷史,Ava mountain range north of the southern part of the Nanting river downstream, south to the Salween South River confluence, West Salween, the Northeast and Southeast including now Cangyuan XianShu, the Meng angle,Meng Dong, rock handsome and Menglian XianShu, the dragon Hom, Fu rock area, east to the Nu River and Lancang River watershed is bounded.

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  1. ^ 村寨網,中國西南少數民族
  2. ^ 譚其驤等,1974,中國歷史地圖集北京:中國地圖出版社