Qiantang River - Wikipedia
Qiantang River is one of the famous rivers in the southeast coast of China. It runs through Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, provinces, which is the largest river in Zhejiang. "Qiantang" originally refers to the name of the river below the gate of Hangzhou, but now refers to the whole river basin.
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Qiantang River Qiantang River is the biggest in Zhejiang Province, running from the west to Hangzhou Bay in the east. It serves as a river hinge, playing an important role in the water-transportation between the east and the west.
Qiantang River - The Largest River In Zhejiang
Qiantang River (钱塘江) is the largest river in Zhejiang Province, China. Every year during August 15th to August 18th of the lunar month in China, the Qiantang Tide occurs. It is called “the Biggest Tide in the World”, which also make the river well known to the world. The tide is caused by the tide generating force of moon and sun.
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Qiantang, river, China: see Fuchun Fuchun or Qiantang, river, 285 mi (459 km) long, Zhejiang prov., SE China. An important commercial artery, it flows NE to the East China Sea at Hangzhou.
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Qiantang River, also called Zhe River, originates in the border region of Anhui and Jiangxi provinces. It runs for 459 kilometers through Zhejiang, passing through the capital city – Hangzhou and Yanguan Town, Haining City before flowing into the East China Sea via Hangzhou Bay.
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The biggest bore tide in the world is 9 meters high, moves 40 km per hour, and crushes 50 meters high in the air. The so-called Silver Dragon appears at Qiantang River, the biggest one in Zhejiang Province, and obviously very sensitive to the Moon activity.
Watch a Tidal Bore Race Up China's Qiantang River
The Hangzhou Bay, into which the Qiantang river empties, is more than 60 miles across at its mouth, but it narrows to a gap less than 13 miles across where it meets the Qiantang. As high tides...
Fuchun River | river, China | Britannica
Fuchun River, Chinese (Pinyin) Fuchun Jiang, or (Wade-Giles romanization) Fu-ch’un Chiang, river flowing through Zhejiang province, southeastern China. The lower course and estuary, which discharge at Hangzhou into Hangzhou Bay, are called the Qiantang River.
Qiantang River Tide Wave
Tide Wave Qiantang River, China, Haining,on March 04 2011. Large tidal bore coming up the river. Tide Wave Qiantang River, China, Haining,on March 04 2011. Large tidal bore coming up the river.