<html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <meta name="GENERATOR" lSwUq\^ Tangshan City (^txQ)l\؞^ Malmo, Sweden 1987.9.18 content="Microsoft FrontPage 6.0"> <title>Tangshan</title> <base target="_self"> </head> <body> <center><br> Sister Cities: <a href="malmo.htm">lSwUq\^ Tangshan City (^txQ)l\؞^ Malmo, Sweden 1987.9.18</a></center> <br><br> <TBODY><p align="center"><TABLE border=0> <TR> <TD><a href="pics/tangshan.jpg"><IMG height=150 alt="[China/Tangshan]" src="pics/tangshan.jpg" width=300></a></TD> <TD><FONT size=5><EM><br><STRONG><h1 align="center">Uq\^ Tangshan City</h1></STRONG> <p align="center"><a target="_self" href="pics.htm">Some pics of Tangshan</a> </p> </EM></FONT></TD> </TR></TBODY></TABLE></p> <center>latitude=39.61544418<br>longitude=118.18021393</center><br><br> Tangshan, the capital of porcelain in north China, is 135 km to Beijing in the east and 90 km to Tianjin. Its main tourist attractions include the Eastern Tombs of the Qing Dynasty-the largest tombs in China, the Great Wall on water at Panjiakou, the ruins of earthquake, the Earthquake Memorial Hall, the Earthquake Monument, Mount Jingzhong-a Buddhist sacred place, the unique steam engine production center, and the largest pottery and porcelain production center. The Qing Tomb Cultural Tour, the Great Wall Tour on Water, the AfterEarthquake New Tangshan Tour,and the Steam Engine, Pottery and Porcelain Tour which have been promoted in the past few years have been well received by tourists. <br><br> <HR> <a href="more.htm">More about Uq\^ Tangshan City</a> </body> </html>