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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Guangzhou (广州)

Searchable Map/Satellite View of Guangzhou using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Guangzhou, third largest city after Shanghai and Beijing, it is the capital of Guangdong province of the People's Republic of China.
It is an inland port city located on the Pearl River delta in south-central of mainland China.

The city, was formerley known as Canton, it is the leading industrial and commercial center of southern China.
Guangzhou has a population of more than 12 million people in its metropolitan area.

The page shows a city map of Guangzhou with expressways, main roads and streets, zoom out to find Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (IATA code: CAN) to the north.

Just zoom in (+) to see Canton Tower, a 600m, (1,969 ft) tall multi-purpose observation tower. For some time it was the tallest tower in the world, in 2011 Tokyo Skytree surpassed Guangzhou's Tower in height. (The satellite image is by now (Nov 2013) not very good and it might be difficult actually to discover the tower)

To find a location use the form below.

 
Guangzhou city with Canton Tower
Guangzhou city at night with the illuminated 600m tall Canton Tower (Guangzhou Tower) in center.

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Local Time Guangzhou:
Friday-July-25  03:24  
Time zone: China Standard Time (CST) UTC/GMT +8 hours
Google Earth: Searchable map/satellite view of Guangzhou, capital city of Guangdong province.
 
City Coordinates: 23°6′32″N 113°15′53″E
More about China:

History:
Chinese Dyansties
Chinese Customs and Traditions
History of China

Landmarks:
Forbidden City, Beijing
Great Wall of China
Three Gorges Dam

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Beijing, Chongqing, Kunming, Lhasa (Tibet), Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin,
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Most Populated Cities in China

Country:
Searchable map and satellite view of China
Administrative Map of China
China Country Profile
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Macau Profile
 Tibet Profile
China in Figures
China key statistical data.


Continent:
Political Map of South East Asia
Map of Asia
Flags of Asia
Capital Cities of Asia

World:
Most populated cities of the world

External Links
Guangzhou (official web site)
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
Wikipedia: Guangzhou
 
Current Weather Conditions Guangzhou:

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