Qüxü

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This article is about the town in the Lhasa Prefecture, Tibet. For the valley in Ladakh, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India, see Chushul.
Qüxü
Chushur or Chusul or Chushul
Township
Tibetan transcription(s)
 • Tibetan ཆུ་ཤུར
 • Wylie transliteration chu shur
Chinese transcription(s)
 • Traditional 曲水镇
 • Pinyin Qūshuǐ
Qüxü is located in Tibet
Qüxü
Qüxü
Coordinates: 29°21′19″N 90°44′4″E / 29.35528°N 90.73444°E / 29.35528; 90.73444Coordinates: 29°21′19″N 90°44′4″E / 29.35528°N 90.73444°E / 29.35528; 90.73444
Country China
Province Tibet Autonomous Region
Prefecture Lhasa Prefecture
County Qüxü County
Time zone CST (UTC+8)

Qüxü or Chushur or Chusul or Chushul is a town and township and capital of Qüxü County in the Lhasa Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is located 48 kilometres southwest of Lhasa and is connected directly by road. It lies on a river which soon joins the Yarlung Tsangpo river. The town has a notable prison, and as of 2009 incarcerated people such as Dolma Kyab. Lhasa Gonggar Airport lies to the southeast of the town.

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