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Lat: 36° 4' 0" N
Long: 120° 23' 0" E
Qingdao is the 18th largest city of China,
and the 76th largest city of the World.
Qingdao is a major city in eastern Shandong Province, Eastern China.
Qingdao is a major seaport, naval base, and industrial centre.
Qingdao is located on the south facing coast of the Shandong Peninsula.
It borders three prefecture-level cities, namely Yantai to the northeast,
Weifang to the west, and Rizhao to the southwest.
Human settlement in the area dates back 6,000 years.
The Dongyi nationality, one of the important origins of the Chinese nation,
lived here and created the Dawenkou, Longshan and Dongyeshi cultures.
In the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770BC~256BC), the town of Jimo was established,
which was then the second largest one in the Shandong region.
The area in which Qingdao is located today was named Jiao'ao
when it was administered by the Qing Dynasty on 14 June 1891.
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