|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Elevation||5,565 m (18,258 ft)|
|• Major Nationalities||Tibetan|
|• Regional dialect||Tibetan language|
Raka is a village in Danga Township in Saga County in the Shigatse Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It lies along the G219 road near the junction with the northern heading S206 road on the road to Qierexiang, roughly 50 kilometres (31 mi) east of Saga at an altitude of 5,565 metres (18,258 ft). Historically it lay in the province of Tsang. Raka is very well connected, connected by provincial highway 206 to Coqen in the north, Saga in the southwest and Lhatse, Shigatse and Lhasa to the east. Several kilometres to the east is the village of Kyêrdo. An "enormous tributary" called the Raka Tsanpo flows nearby and the saline lake of Raka Lake is also located in the vicinity.
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