Tangchi, Heilongjiang

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Tangchi
汤池
Town
汤池镇
Tangchi is located in Heilongjiang
Tangchi
Tangchi
Location in Heilongjiang province
Coordinates: 46°59′05″N 123°46′12″E / 46.98472°N 123.77000°E / 46.98472; 123.77000Coordinates: 46°59′05″N 123°46′12″E / 46.98472°N 123.77000°E / 46.98472; 123.77000
Country China
Province Heilongjiang
Prefecture-level city Qiqihar
County Tailai County
Elevation 146 m (479 ft)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Tangchi (Chinese: 汤池; pinyin: Tāngchí) is a town in Tailai County, western Heilongjiang province, Northeast China, about 43 kilometres (27 mi) south-southwest of the prefecture city Qiqihar.

It was the site of a battle in the Jiangqiao Campaign on November 17, 1931 between Ma Zhanshan's 23,000 Chinese and 3,500 Japanese under Lt. General Jiro Tamon during the invasion of Manchuria.[citation needed]