Nanshan

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Nanshan (Chinese: 南山; pinyin: Nánshān, literally "South[ern] mountain[s]"), is a common place name in China and adjacent areas:

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China[edit]

Topographic features
  • Nanshan (Guangdong), another name for the Nanling Mountains of southern China
  • Nanshan Mountains (Shenzhen), a group of two mountains in Shenzhen, China
  • Nanshan (Shaanxi), another name for the Qinling Mountains of central China from their position south of the Yellow River
  • Nanshan (Gansu), another name for the Qilian Mountains of central China from their position south of the Hexi Corridor
  • Nanshan (Heilongjiang), a dormant volcanic peak named for its position at the southern end of the Keluo Mountains
  • Nanshan (Chongqing), a part of Tongluo Mountain close to downtown Chongqing
  • Battle of Nanshan, fought in 1904 in the southern hills of Jinzhou, Dalian, Liaoning, during the Russo-Japanese War
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The Philippines[edit]

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