Dashandao

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Dashandao Island (Chinese: 达山岛 or Chinese: 达念山岛 or Chinese: 泰簿礁; pinyin: tàibùjiāo) is an island off Jiangsu province, China.

Dashandao is located 28-nautical-mile (52 km) from Lianyungang, and it belongs to the Qiansandao Town of Lianyungang city, Jiangsu province, China. The island has an area of 0.115 km², and is one of the islands in the Qiansandao Islands.

Qiansandao produces world famous pearl, and is visited by 150 000 tourists per year.

Dashandao is the baseline point of the Chinese territorial sea.[1]

In 2006, PLA erected the Territorial sea steles on Dashandao.

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Coordinates: 35°00′02″N 119°54′12″E / 35.00056°N 119.90333°E / 35.00056; 119.90333