Longshan

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Longshan (Chinesetrad.龍山, simp.龙山, Lóngshān, lit. "Dragon Mountain") may refer to a number of places in mainland China and Taiwan. It may also infrequently refer to another Mount Long (t隴山, s陇山, Lǒngshān) which is used as an abbreviation for Gansu. Both may also be referred to by the former romanization Lung-shan.

  • Longshan culture, a late Neolithic culture located on the central and lower reaches of the Yellow River
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  • Longjiang in Shunde District, Foshan, in Guangdong (formerly named Longshan)
  • Yongsan (Korean pronunciation of the same "龍山")