Guilin

The Guilin is a Chinese Type 051, Luda Class destroyer of 3250 tons. She carries a complement of 285 including twenty-seven officers, and has a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 8000 km at 14 knots. She is armed with six Fei Lung 2 (Flying Dragon) anti-ship missile launchers arranged in two triple arrangements; four Soviet 130 mm/58 in two twin ...
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Guilin

Guilin or Kweilin (both: gwā-lin') , city (1994 est. pop. 707,200), N Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, S China, on the Li River. It is a transportation center, with connections by rail, river, and road. Paper products, textiles, chemicals, and agricultural equipment are manufactured in th...
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Guilin

Resort city in northeast Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, south China, on the Li River; population (2000) 764,400. Its spectacular limestone mountains, rock formations, and underground caves are one of China's major tourist attractions. Machinery, electronics, textiles, and cement are manufa...
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Guilin

== History == In 314 BC, a small settlement was established along the banks of the Li River. During the Qin Dynasty`s (221–207 BC) campaigns against the state of Nanyue, the first administration was set up in the area around Guilin. In 111 BC, during the reign of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, Shi An County was established, which could be regar....
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