Special city


Special city

Special city refers to
* Special cities of Korea
* Special cities of Japan
* Special wards of Tokyo [http://www.city.nerima.tokyo.jp/kocho_koho/koho/publication/file/file01.pdf]
* Special cities of China are now known as the municipalities of China

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