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Nansha is a district of China's Guangzhou City, the country's third-largest. The district lies on the western side of the great Pearl River estuary, south of central city. In this drone video by Droneland, you'll get an aerial tour of some of the more notable sights of Nansha, including the Nansha Tianhau Temple, Pu Chau Garden, the Nansha Garden Hotel, the Nansha Court Building, and the Humen Bridge. Nansha is also home to the city's port, one of China's largest, which sits at the confluence of the city's three main rivers.
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Description: Nansha District, Guangzhou, Guangdong. Located at the southernmost end of Guangzhou and on the West Bank of Humen Waterway of Pearl River, it is the convergence place of Xijiang, Beijiang and Dongjiang rivers; facing Dongguan across the river in the east; bordering Zhongshan City and Shunde District of Foshan City in the west; connecting with Panyu District of Guangzhou with Shawan Waterway in the north; and lining up with Lingdingyang District at the mouth of the Pearl River in the south. Located at the Pearl River estuary and the Geographic Geometry Center of the Great Pearl River Delta, it is a passage to the sea from the Pearl River Basin, a hub connecting the Pearl River Port Urban Agglomeration, and the only passageway for Guangzhou to go to sea, 38 nautical miles from Hong Kong and 41 nautical miles from Macau.