Baidi Township

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Baidi
དབལ་དི་
Township
Chinese transcription(s)
 • Traditional 白地
 • Simplified 白地
 • Pinyin Báidì
Baidi is located in Tibet
Baidi
Baidi
Location within Tibet
Coordinates: 29°8′N 90°22′E / 29.133°N 90.367°E / 29.133; 90.367
Country China
Region Tibet
Prefecture Shannan Prefecture
County Nagarzê County
Nearby settlements (distance)

Karreg 
5.3 mi (9 km)

Nagarze 
11 mi (18 km)

Ramba 
15.1 mi (24 km)

Xoi 
18.4 mi (30 km)

Ngarzhag 
18.8 mi (30 km)
Elevation 4,919 m (16,141 ft)
Population
 • Major Nationalities Tibetan
 • Regional dialect Tibetan language
Time zone +8

Baidi (དབལ་དི་, Chinese: 白地; Pinyin: Báidì) is a township in Nagarzê County, Shannan Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region of China.[1] It lies on a lake, at an altitude of 4,919 metres (16,141 ft) and is located about 121 kilometres (75 mi) south-west of Lhasa. The village of Baidi is located in the township.

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  1. ^ (in Chinese) Wu Zhenhua (武振华), Xizang Diming (西藏地名; Place Names in Tibet), p.24, Chinese Zangxue Press (中国藏学出版社) 1996, ISBN 7-80057-284-6

Coordinates: 29°07′N 90°26′E / 29.117°N 90.433°E / 29.117; 90.433