Anshan

city and territory of ancient Elam, north of modern Shrz, southwestern Iran. The city`s ruins, covering 350 acres, have yielded major archaeological ... [5 related articles]
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Anshan

Anshan (än'shän') , city (1994 est. pop. 1,251,700), central Liaoning prov., China, on a branch of the South Liaoning RR. Its huge integrated iron and steel complex is the largest in China. It comprises iron and coal mines and numerous blast furnaces, open hearths, and finishing fa...
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Anshan

City in Liaoning province, 89 km/55 mi southeast of Shenyang; population (2000) 1,389,700. The iron and steel centre started here in 1918 was expanded by the Japanese, dismantled by the Russians, and restored by the communist government of China. It produces some 8 million tonnes of steel annually. Other products include chemicals, tractors...
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Anshan

[Persia] Anshan (انشان Anšan,o ( modern):Dašt-e Bayżā, During recent years the country and city of Anshan have been associated by various writers with different parts of south Iran. In 1970 an extensive archeological site called Malīān, located on the Dašt-e Bayżā in western Fārs (ca. 36 km northwest of Shiraz) was proposed a...
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Anshan

==History== The area of Anshan has been inhabited since prehistoric times. The area remained of little significance, a small city in Liaodong province, overshadowed by neighbouring Liaoyang city, until the mid 20th Century. In 1587 Anshan was fortified by the Ming Dynasty to combat the growing power of the Manchu. The city was burnt down during th...
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