List of towns and villages in the Tibet Autonomous Region

A comprehensive A-Z List of cities, towns and villages in the Tibet Autonomous Region of western China.

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A

*Alamdo
*Alhar
*Arza
*Asog

B

*Baga
*Bagar
*Baicang
*Baidi, Tibet
*Baima
*Baimai
*Baixoi
*Bamda
*Bamê
*Banag
*Banbar
*Banggaidoi
*Bangkor
*Bangru
*Bangxing
*Baqên
*Bar
*Barga
*Bari
*Bayizhen
*Bêba
*Bêbar
*Bei
*Bênqungdo
*Bilung
*Birba
*Biru
*Bitch
*Bogkamba
*Boindoi
*Bolo
*Bongba
*Boqê
*Bumgyê
*Bungona’og
*Bünsum
*Burang
*Bushêngcaka

C

*Caina
*Camco
*Cawarong
*Cazê
*Cêgnê
*Cêngdo
*Cêri
*Cêrwai
*Chabug
*Chacang
*Chagla
*Chagna
*Chagyoi
*Chagyoi
*Cha’gyüngoinba
*Chalükong

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*Chamco
*Chamda
*Chamoling
*Changgo
*Changlung
*Changmar
*Charing
*Chatang
*Chawola
*Chêcang
*Chênggo
*Chepzi
*Chibma
*Chido
*Chigu
*Chongkü
*Chongsar
*Chowa
*Chubalung
*Chubarong
*Chuka
*Chumba
*Chumbu
*CoNyi
*Cocholung
*Codoi
*Cogo
*Coka
*Comai
*Cona, Tibet
*Co’nga
*Congdü
*Conggo
*Coqên
*Coyang
*Cozhê

D

*Daba
*Dagdong
*Daglung
*Dagmo
*Dagri
*Dagring
*Dagzê
*Dagzhuka
*Dagzhuka
*Dakyung
*Damdoi
*Damnyain
*Damquka
*Damxoi
*Dangqên
*Daqên
*Darzhuo
*Dawatang
*Dawaxung
*Dayêr
*Dêgên
*Dêgyi
*Dêlêg
*Dênggar [http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_3_33317/Tibet.html Maps Dêngzê - Garma]
*Dêngzê
*Dêqên
*Dêrdoin
*Dêrdoin
*Dêrtang
*Dêrub
*Dêxing
*Dhingri
*Digna
*Dingchog
*Dinggo
*Dinggyê
*Diyag
*Doba
*Dobê
*Dobjoi
*Dobqên
*Dobzha
*Do’gyaling
*Doijiang
*Doima
*DolmaSampa
*Domar
*Domartang
*Dombang
*Dongbo
*Dongco
*Donggar
*Donggar
*Dongjug
*Dongngoin
*Dongqiao
*Dongxê
*Doqemo
*Doqoi
*Doxoggu
*Doxong
*Dungro
*Dunxu
*Duomula
*Düri
*Dzānakɕ

E

*Êmagang

G

*Gadong
*Gala
*Gambaxoi
*Gamqen
*Gamtog
*Ganda
*Gandaingoin
*Gangga
*Gaqoi
*Gar
*Garbiutangka
*Garbo
*Garco
*Gardê
*Gariqiong
*Garma

* [http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_4_33317/Tibet.html Maps:Garong - Gyigyi]

*Garong
*Garyarsa
*Gase
*Gatang
*Gêding
*Gêding
*Gêgar
*Gêla
*Gohaling
*Goibo
*Goicang
*Goicangdoi
*Goicangmai
*Goin’gyibug
*Goinsargoin
*Golag
*Golingka
*Golug
*Gomo
*Gongqên
*Gormain
*Gorqu
*Gowaqungo
*Goxung
*Goyü
*Güncang
*Günlu
*Günsa
*Günsang
*Gur
*Gurabnamgyai
*Gurum
*Gyablung
*Gyaca
*Gyaco
*Gyaco
*Gyagog
*Gya’gya
*Gyamco
*Gyamco
*Gyamda
*Gyamotang
*Gyamug
*Gyanbê
*Gyangkar
*Gyangngog
*Gyangrang
*Gyangzê
*Gya’nyima
*Gyarab
*Gyari
*Gyarubtang
*Gyaxing
*Gyazhug
*Gyêmdong
*Gyêrba
*Gyêwa
*Gyibug
*Gyigang
*Gyigyi
*Gyimda

* [http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_5_33317/Tibet.html Maps Gyimda - Karrêg]
*Gyimda
*Gyinkar
*Gyipug
*Gyirong
*Gyiru
*Gyitang
*Gyitang
*Gyonub
*Gyorxung
*Gyungcang
*Gyungcang

H

*Hongqi
*Hongxing
*Hor
*Hormai
*Horru
*Huangtiandi

J

*Jagbung
*Jaggang
*Jagka
*Jagsamka
*Jainzhug
*Jamda
*Jangco
*Jangdam
*Jangmai
*Jêdêxoi
*Jênlung
*Jiazha
*Jiggyob
*Jomda
*Jongnag
*Jongnê
*Jorra
*Jungba
*Jungsi

K

*Kada
*Kagor
*Kaika
*KailasRange
*Kaimar
*Kaimar
*Kamru
*Kamsa
*Kanglung
*Kangmar
*Kangmar
*Kangrai
*Kangro
*Kangsê
*Kangtog
*Kangxung
*Kardag
*Kardoi
*Kargang
*Kargang
*Karmai
*Karmardo
*Karrêg

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*Kata
*KenzeMāne
*Kormang
*Korqên
*Korqug
*Korra
*Küba
*KugkaLhai
*Kunggar
*Kunglung
*Kungtang
*Kurqên
*Kyangngoin
*Kyêrdo
*Kyunglung

L

*Ladoi
*Laiyor
*Laka
*Lamado
*Langgar
*Langju
*Langmai
*Langmar
*Langna
*Lanngazhoinkang
*Lazhuglung
*Lêba
*Lêgzê
*Lhabu
*Lha’gyai
*Lhainag
*Lhai’u’gyü
*Lhajam
*Lhari
*Lhasa
*Lhasoi
*Lhato
*Lhatog
*Lhazê
*Lhazhong
*Lhoma
*Lhoma
*Lhomar
*Lhorong
*Lhünzê
*LhünzhubNongchang
*Lingka
*Lingqu
*Lingti
*Lingza
*Logtang
*Lopu
*Lugu
*Lülung
*Lumachomo
*Lumaringbo
*Lunang
*Lungdo
*Lunggar
*Lungmar

[http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_7_33317/Tibet.html Maps: Lungsang - Ngangca]
*Lungsang
*Lungzhong
*Lura

M

*Mabja
*Macala
*Mainda
*Maindong
*Maindu
*Mainkung
*Mainpu
*Maiyü
*Malilang
*Mamba
*Mamta
*Mangra
*Mani
*Maoniupo
*Maqên
*Mardêng
*Margyang
*Markam
*Marmê
*Marqu
*Marri
*Mêdog
*Mêdog
*Mêdogdêng
*Mêmo
*Midika
*Moincêr
*Momo’ngar
*Mugarripug
*Mükangsar

N

*Nagarzê
*Nagjog
*Nagchukha or Nagqu
*Nailung
*Nailung
*Naixi
*Naixi
*Naiyü
*Naizha
*Nala’nga
*Namco
*Namgyaigang
*Namgyaixoi
*Namka
*Namlingxoi
*Namoding
*Namoqê
*Namru
*Nangxian
*Napug
*Naqên
*Narüdo
*Nayag
*Nêdong
*Ngamda
*Ngamringxoi
*Ngangca

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*Nganggug
*Ngarnang
*Ngarzhag
*Ngiangri
*Ngomdo
*Ngoqudoima
*Ngoqumaima
*Ngükang
*Ngüxoi
*Ningchi
*Norbukyungzê
*Norcang
*Nordê
*Norma
*Nujiang
*Numari
*Nyaimai
*Nyangbo
*Nyangri
*Nyêmo
*Nyêmo
*Nyêru
*Nyêtang
*Nyêwo
*Nyigê
*Nyima
*Nyima
*Nyima
*Nyinba
*Nyingda
*Nyingzhong
*Nyixung
*Nyizhê
*Nyogzê
*Nyugku

O

*Oibab
*Oiga
*Oiyug
*Oma
*Ombu
*Orma

P

*Padain
*Paggai
*Paggor
*Pagnag
*Pagri
*Paingar
*Par
*Parco
*Parding
*Parling
*ParlungZangbo
*Parma
*Parta

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*Paryang
*Pazhug
*Pêlung
*Pêxung
*Poindo
*Poinsog
*Pompain
*Pongda
*Porgyang
*Pubu
*Pula
*Püncogling
*Punzom
*Puqu
*Purgadala
*Puzang

Q

*Qabgar
*Qabnag
*Qagbasêrag
*Qagcaka
*Qagzê
*Qainaqangma
*Qajortêbu
*Qamdo
*Qamdün
*Qamqênxoi
*Qangba
*Qangdoi
*Qangmai
*Qangzê
*Qarasa
*Qayü
*Qêqên
*Qêri
*Qigêgyizhungma
*Qinglung
*Qingtü
*Qiongri’asang
*Qizhong
*Qoi
*Qoidêkong
*Qoidên
*Qomo
*Qonggyaixoi
*Qugaryartang
*Qugcang
*Qugcodoi
*Qujang
*Qulho
*Qumdo
*Qumig
*Qumigxung
*Qunaggai
*Qungdo’gyang
*Qungtag
*Quntamari
*Qu’nyido
*Qu’og [http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_10_33317/Tibet.html Maps:Qusum - Samcang]

*Qusum
*Qusum
*Quxam
*Quxar

R

*Rabang
*Rabgyailing
*Rabka
*Rabka
*Rabqên
*Racaka
*Ragxi
*Raixarma
*Raka
*Ramai
*Ramba
*Rangzhub
*Rawu
*Rayü
*Ribxi
*Ridung
*Rigong
*Rila
*Rimar
*Rinbung
*Rindü
*Ringtor
*Rinqênzê
*Risum
*Ritang
*Rixoi
*Rolagang
*Rongbo
*Rongma
*Rongmê
*RongpuSi
*Rongqu
*Rongxar
*Rongxar
*Rubba
*Ru’gyog
*Rusar
*Rutog
*Rutog
*Rutog

*Sadêng
*Sagang
*Sagang
*Sa’gya
*Sa’gyari
*Sainca
*Saiqu
*Samada
*Samai
*Samaixung
*Sambriāl
*Samcang
*Samka
*Samsang
*Samyai
*Sanagda
*Sancam

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*Sa’ngain
*Sangba
*Sangdê
*Sanglai
*Sangmenzhang
*Sangngagqoiling
*Sangri
*Sangsang
*Sangxung
*Sanor
*Sapügang
*Sar
*Sato
*Sêbrong
*Sêlêpug
*Sênco
*Sêndo
*Sêngdo
*Sêngdoi
*Sênggê
*Sênggêkanbab
*SêngliCo
*Sêrca
*Sêrdê
*Sêrkang
*Sêrlung
*Sêrtang
*Sêwa
*ShangZayü
*Shela
*Shiquanhe
*Shürong
*Sima
*Sinda
*Sogba
*Sogdoi
*Sogma
*Sogmai
*Sogxung
*Soila
*Sokai
*Sotang
*Sumxi
*Sumzom
*Surco

T

*Taglung
*Taktsang
*Talu
*Tamze
*Tangdê
*Tanggar
*Tanggar
*Tanggo
*Tanggo
*Tanggyai
*Tanglhai
*Tangluqangma
*Tangmai
*Tangpu
*Targyailing

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*Tarmar
*Têbo
*Têmarxung
*Têmo
*Têring
*Tirkang
*Toba
*Tobgyai
*Togqên
*Toiba
*Toinqu
*Toling
*Tomra
*Toudaoban
*Tuglung
*Tumain
*Tungdor
*Tunggar
*Tungru

U

*Urdoi
*Urmai
*Urru Co
*Uxu

W

*Wangda
*Wangdain
*Wangdian
*Wangkar
*Wenquan
*Woinbodol
*Wüjang
*Wulang
*Wumatang

X

*Xabyai
*Xaga
*Xagar
*Xagjang
*Xagnag
*Xago
*Xagquka
*Xalazakung
*Xangzha
*Xara
*Xardong
*Xarlung
*Xarma
*Xaxa
*Xayag
*Xêgar
*Xênkyêr
*Xêxung
*XiaLingka
*XiaZayü
*Xiayanjingxiang
*Xigazê
*Xingba
*Xinrong
*Xobando
*Xobando
*Xognga

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*Xoi
*Xoisar
*Xoka
*Xümo
*Xungba
*Xungba
*Xungmai
*Xungqên
*Xungru

Y

*Yadong
*Yagmo
*Yagmo
*Yagra
*Yaiba
*Ya’ngamdo
*Ya’ngamdo
*Yangbajain
*Yanhu
*Yardoi
*Yarong
*Yarzhong
*Yêndum
*Yi’ong
*Yubzha
*Yudo
*Yümai
*Yumco

Z

*Zaindainxoi
*Zaisang
*Zala
*Zamar
*Za’ngoza’ngoin
*Zangqênrong
*Zangxoi
*Zapug
*Zaqog
*Zara
*Zari
*Zaring
*Zaxoi
*Zayü
*Zêba
*Zêsum
*Zêtang
*Zhabdün
*Zhabsang
*Zhainzê
*Zham
*Zhamo
*Zhangdong
*Zhasa
*Zhasa
*Zhaxigang
*Zhaxigang
*Zhaxigang
*Zhaxilhünbo
*Zhaxizê
*Zhêxam
*Zhigung

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*ZhongLingka
*Zhongzê
*Zhowagoin
*Zhugla
*Zhuglung
*Zigar
*Zingqi
*Zito
*Zoco
*ZoidêLhai
*Zongga
*Zongxoi

References

*zh Wu Zhenhua (武振华), "Xizang Diming" (西藏地名; Place Names in Tibet), Chinese Zangxue Press (中国藏学出版社) 1996, ISBN 7800572846

External links

* [http://encarta.msn.com/mediacenter_10.3.9.29_3_33317/Tibet.html MSN Encarta maps]


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