Chongqing - Chongqing, China

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Chongqing - Chongqing, China

Chongqing - Wikipedia

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Chongqing (/chawng-ching[9] or /chawng-ching/ CHAWNG-ching;[10][11] simplified Chinese: Zhong Qing ; traditional Chinese:.

It is administratively one of four municipalities that are under the direct control of the central government of China. The other three being Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. Chongqing is roughly the same size as Austria's municipality. It includes Chongqing and other cities. Chongqing can claim to have the largest city in the world, despite not having the greatest urban area. This is due to a classification technicality. Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport is a major airport serving Chongqing and Western China. [14][15] The city's monorails system, which has 70 stations, is the longest and busiest monorail system in the world. [16][17]

Chongqing, a municipality in Sichuan Province during the Republic of China (ROC), was a location. It was the war capital of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945). To help develop central and western China, the current municipality was reunified from Sichuan province in March 1997. [18] Chongqing's administrative municipality is home to more than 30 million people. Chongqing is home to nine suburban and urban districts. It has an estimated population of 8,750,000. Chongqing, which includes 26 districts, eight county and four autonomous counties, is China's most populous municipality. According to the 2010 census.