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Taoyuan City (Taiwan)

LC control no.n 84112065
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Geographic headingTaoyuan City (Taiwan)
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Geographic subdivision usageTaiwan--Taoyuan City
Variant(s)Tʻao-yüan shih (Taiwan)
Tʻao-yüan (Taiwan)
Tʻao-yüan Chen (Taiwan)
Taoyüan (Taiwan)
Taoyuan Shi (Taiwan)
Taoyuan Shih (Taiwan)
Tōen (Taiwan)
桃園市 (Taiwan)
See alsoTaoyuan County (Taiwan)
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Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inTaoyuan shi jie tu, 1977.
Formosa city plans 1:6,000. Tōen, 1944: (Tōen, Formosa (Taiwan), Shinchiku-shū)
Lippincott (Taoyüan or Tʻao-yüan, Jap. Toen)
BGN, 12-21-84 (Tʻao-yüan [brief] shih, ADM3, 25°01ʹN, 121°17ʹE)
GEOnet, June 1, 2016: (Taoyuan [conventional], Taoyuan City [conventional], Taoyuan Shi [approved]; first-order administrative division in Taiwan 24°53ʹ42ʺN 121°14ʹ46ʺE; variants: Tʻao-yüan; Tʻao-yüan Chen; Tʻao-yüan Hsien; Tʻao-yüan Shih; Taoyuan County; Taoyuan Shih; Taoyuan Sian; Taoyuan Xian)
Wikipedia, June 1, 2016: ("On December 25, 2014, Taoyuan County [桃園縣 = Tʻao-yüan hsien = Taoyuan Xian] was reorganized from a county to become a special municipality named Taoyuan City (桃園市).")
Taoyuan City (Website) [English version], viewed June 9, 2016: history (Taoyuan City was appointed as the capital of Taoyuan County on April 21st, 1971)
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