Anlu

Die Stadt Anlu (安陆市 Ānlù Shì) ist eine kreisfreie Stadt in der chinesischen Provinz Hubei. Sie gehört zum Verwaltungsgebiet der bezirksfreien Stadt Xiaogan. 1999 zählte sie 616.567 Einwohner.[1]

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  1. http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~chgis/work/downloads/faqs/1999_pop_faq.html
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