Shanghai topographic map

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Name: Shanghai topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Shanghai, Huangpu District, Shanghai, 200001, China (31.07234 121.30910 31.39234 121.62910)

Average elevation: 5 m

Minimum elevation: -6 m

Maximum elevation: 40 m

The golden age of Shanghai began with its elevation to municipality on 7 July 1927. This new Chinese municipality covered an area of 494.69 km2 (191.0 sq mi), including the modern-day districts of Baoshan, Yangpu, Zhabei, Nanshi, and Pudong, but excluded the foreign concessions territories. Headed by a Chinese mayor and municipal council, the new city government's first task—the Greater Shanghai Plan—was to create a new city center in Jiangwan town of Yangpu district, outside the boundaries of the foreign concessions. The plan included a public museum, library, sports stadium, and city hall, which were partially constructed before being interrupted by the Japanese invasion.

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