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Fengdu County

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Fengdu County

Fengdu County
丰都县
County
Location of Fengdu County in Chongqing
Location of Fengdu County in Chongqing
Country People's Republic of China
Municipality Chongqing
Area
 • Total 2,896 km2 (1,118 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 649,200
 • Density 220/km2 (580/sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Fengdu County
Simplified Chinese 丰都县
Traditional Chinese 豐都縣
Postal Fengtu
Alternative Chinese name
Simplified Chinese 酆都县
Traditional Chinese 酆都縣

Fengdu County (Chinese: 丰都县; pinyin: Fēngdū Xiàn; originally Chinese: 酆都县; pinyin: Fēngdū Xiàn)[1] is a county located in Chongqing Municipality, People's Republic of China.

Contents

  • Ghost City 1
  • Transportation 2
  • Image gallery 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Ghost City

The Fengdu Ghost City is a tourist attraction modelled after

Transportation

Fengdu has one Yangtze crossing, the Fengdu Yangtze River Bridge.

Image gallery

References

  1. ^ Chongqing Investment Bureau (中国重庆招商) (in Simplified Chinese) Accessed 2010-10-20

External links

  • Pictures of Fengdu Ghost Town
  • Godchecker entry on Feng Du
  • Pictures of Feng Du Necropolis (Chinese)
  • Fengdu - The Ghost City information
  • Victoria Cruises press release details changes to Fengdu ghost town
  • China's ghost town vanishes
  • Fengdu

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