Huanglong River

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Huanglong River (Chinese: 黄龙河; pinyin: huánglóng hé), historically known as Zengzigang River (Chinese: 罾子港; pinyin: zēng-zǐ-gǎng[1]), is a right-bank tributary of Xiang River in Wangcheng District and the northernmost one of right-bank tributaries in Changsha section of Xiang River in Hunan, China. It has a length of 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) with a rough drainage basin area of 50 square kilometres (19 sq mi). Huanglong River rises in Shiziling (Chinese: 狮子岭村) of Chating Town, flows through Shiziling, Yangjiaping (Chinese: 杨家坪村), Dongcheng and Dalong (Chinese: 大龙村) four villages of Chating Town and Huashi Village (Chinese: 花石村) of Tongguan Subdistrict, merging into Xiang River at Zengzigang Mouth (Chinese: 罾子港口) located between Dalong and Huashi villages.[2]


  1. ^ the historic name of the Huanglong River, see 长株潭3市的"金腰带"解读灵性流淌的湘江; 历史文化村镇水环境的保护研究 (张达、石云,防灾科技学院地震科学系,河北三河 065201) - Study on the Protection of the Environment of Historical Cultural Counties (by Zhang Da etc, Earth quake Science Department,Institute of Disaster Prevention,Sanhe,Hebei 065201), see
  2. ^ the geography on the Huanglong River, according to the webmap, see

Coordinates: 28°29′10″N 112°47′03″E / 28.48613123763115°N 112.78427681784275°E / 28.48613123763115; 112.78427681784275