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Hongort

Hongort is a town of the Chahar Right Back Banner, which in turn is part of Ulanqab prefecture-level city in Inner Mongolia, China. It is located about 30 km northwest of Shangdu county. In 2000, when it was still classified as township, it had 1 ...

Tsondol

Tsondol is a locality on the Etsin Col River in the west of Inner Mongolia. It is the type locality for the relict gull, a specimen of which was collected by Sven Hedins expedition team on 24 April 1929.

Tieshan District

Tieshan District is a district of the prefecture-level city of Huangshi, Hubei province, Peoples Republic of China. Small in area), it is squeezed between the "county-level city" Daye to the south and west, Huangshis Xialu District to the east, a ...

Barkam Town

Due to its elevation of 2.615 m 8.579 ft, Barkam lies in the transition between a subtropical highland climate Koppen Cwb and humid continental climate Koppen Dwb, with strong monsoonal influences, winters are frosty and summers warm with frequen ...

Huanglongxi

Huanglongxi is a historic Chinese town located about 50 km from Chengdu in Chinas Sichuan Province. It is named after the Huanglong River which flows through it. The city is over 1700 years, and has been restored to retain its rustic charm with a ...

Lizhuang, Yibin

Lizhuang is a historic town in Yibin, Sichuan Province, China. Lizhuang was first established 1.800 years ago, although the present town was built during the Ming dynasty. Lizhuang contains numerous preserved old streets and historic structures, ...

Chugqênsumdo

Chugqênsumdo is a town in Jigzhi County, Qinghai, China. The seat of Jigzhi County is located in Chugqênsumdo. Chugqênsumdo has an altitude of 3630 m. Originally known as the Kangsai Kangsar township Tibetan: གསར ཁང་་, Chinese: 康赛乡, city Chugq ...

Gyumai

Gyumai is a town in Darlag County, Qinghai, China. The seat of Darlag County is situated in the Town of Gyumai. Gyumai has an altitude of 3970 m. The average annual temperature is -1.2°C, and the average annual precipitation is 531.5 mm. Gyumai h ...

Mangqu

Mangqu is a town in Guinan County, Qinghai, China. The seat of Guinan County is located in Mangqu. Mangqu has an altitude of about 3200 m. Mangqu has a population of about 7000. Some original residents in the Longyangxia area were relocated in Ma ...

Qabqa

Qabqa or Chabcha is a town in Gonghe County, Qinghai, China. It is the seat of the Hainan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture and the seat of Gonghe County. Qabqa has an altitude of 2835 m. The average annual temperature is 3.4 °C, and the average annu ...

Qapugtang

Qapugtang is a town in Zadoi County, Qinghai, China. The county seat of Zadoi is located in the Town of Qapugtang. Qapugtang has an altitude of about 4068.5 m. Formerly known as Jiezha township 结扎乡, city Qapugtang was renamed in 2001. Qapugtan ...

Darchen

Darchen, Tarchan or Taqin is a small village in Purang County of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It was previously known as Lhara and still signposted as such. It was previously an important sheep station for nomads and their flocks and had ...

Dongqiao, Tibet

Dongqiao is a village in Amdo County of Nagqu Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, Peoples Republic of China. The village of Dongqiao is noted for its hot spring, Jipu. Dongqiao geologically gives its name to the wider Dongqiao-Nagqu Subregion an ...

Lhasa (prefecture-level city)

Lhasa is a prefecture-level city, formerly a division until 7 January 1960, one of the main administrative divisions of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It covers an area of 29.274 square kilometres of rugged and sparsely populated terrain. ...

Rudok

Rudok is a small town on the Ladakh frontier of Tibet. Rudok is picturesquely situated on the side of a hill standing isolated in the plain near the east end of Lake Pangong in Ladakh. Historically an integral part of Ladakh, it is also greograph ...

Samzhubzê District

Samzhubzê District is a district in the Tibet Autonomous Region of the China, and the administrative center of the prefecture-level city of Shigatse. Prior to 2014 it was known as the county-level city of Shigatse. It was the ancient capital of U ...

Tsetang

Zêtang, also Zedang or Tsethang, is the fourth largest city in Tibet and is located in the Yarlung Valley, 183 km southeast of Lhasa in Nêdong District of Shannan, Tibet Autonomous Region of China. As capital of Shannan City, it ".exercises direc ...

Chengguan, Huangyuan County

Chengguan, also known as Huangyuan and by other names, is a town on the Huangshui River in Qinghai, China. It serves as the seat of Huangyuan County, lying about 45 km upstream from the provincial capital of Xining and approximately 45 km east of ...

Dali Town

Dali Town is a township-level division in Dali City, in the northwest of Yunnan province, China. The town contains the historic centre of the county-level city of Dali and is also commonly known as Dali Old Town. The modern centre of Dali City, h ...

Jiangtian

Jiangtian is a town with the longest coastline in Changle district. Jiangtian Town is ranked as a leading economic town in Fuzhou city with its strong development momentum. In recent years, it is becoming one of the major gathering places for ind ...

Lingguandian

Lingguandian Town is a town located in the southern part of the Shaodong County, Hunan Province. Its name in Chinese means Temple of Spiritual Officer in Daoism. It is 42 kilometers away from the county seat, with an area of 154.87 square kilomet ...

Xizhou, Dali

Xizhou is a town located 20 km north of Dali Old Town in Dali City, part of the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture in northwestern Yunnan, China. The town consists of 13 small villages with a combined population estimated at 2.500, mostly consisting ...

Alashankou

Alashankou is a border city in Bortala Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. It is a port of entry by both railroad and highway from Kazakhstan as part of the Eurasian Land Bridge.

Altay City

Altay is a county-level city in Altay Prefecture within Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, in far northern Xinjiang, China. The city centre is located on the slopes of Kelan River.

Anningqu

Anningqu Town is a town and suburb of Urumqi in Xinjiang, in northwestern China. The town, which covers 28 square kilometres, has 5 administrative villages, 21 village groups, and has a total population of 10.554 people. Anningqu as the city bega ...

Aral, Xinjiang

Aral is a sub-prefecture-level city surrounded by Aksu Prefecture in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Aral means "island" in Uyghur. The citys name is also often written as Alar.

Artux

Artux is a county-level city and the capital of the Kyrgyz autonomous prefecture of Kizilsu in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China. The city has 2 subdistricts, 5 townships and 3 farms under its jurisdiction in 2018, The government seat is in ...

Aykol

Aykol Township is a township in Poskam County in the Kashgar Prefecture of Xinjiang, in northwestern China. The township, which covers 49.1 square kilometres, has 5 administrative villages, 21 village groups, and has a total population of 11.260 ...

Baluntai

Baluntai is a town in north-central Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of Northwest China. It is located in the mountainous area 60 kilometres north of Hejing Town, the seat of Hejing County, which administers it. It borders Keerguti Township on t ...

Bole, Xinjiang

Bole as the official romanized name, also transliterated from Mongolian as Bortala, is a county-level city in Xinjiang, China. The city covers an area of 7.517 square kilometres and as of 2003 had a total population of 403.700. Bortala means "bro ...

Dahongliutan

Dahongliutan or simply Hongliutan is a village and valley in Hotan County in the Xinjiang region of China. It is located along the China National Highway 219, and is the town just north of Aksai Chin near Xinjiangs border with the Tibet Autonomou ...

Dongye Twon

Dongye is an unincorporated town located in Shawan County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China, it was known for the seat of the former 122nd Regiment headquarters of the 8th Division, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, one of settl ...

Hoxtolgay

Hoxtolgay or Heshituoluogai is a town in Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, PR China. It is located at 46°34′N 85°58′E, about 200 miles north of Urumqi in the Dzungaria Basin. Hoxtolgay is an oasis town with an a ...

Karamay

Karamay is a prefecture-level city in the north of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Peoples Republic of China. The name of the city comes from the Uyghur language, and means "black oil", referring to the oil fields near the city. Karamay wa ...

Koktokay

Koktokay is a town of Fuyun County, Altay Prefecture, Xinjiang, China. The Irtysh River flows through Koktokay. It has abundant mineral and touristic resources, including the Koktokay National Geopark. As of 2000 it had a population of 6014.

Kokyar

Kokyar is a small oasis and town in Qira County of the Hotan Prefecture of Southwestern Xinjiang Province, China. It is at an altitude of 1.419 m.

Lianmuqin

Lianmuqin is a town in Shanshan County, Xinjiang. It is located on China National Highway 312 about 20 km west of Shanshan Town, on the way to Turpan. Located in the Northern foothills of the flaming mountains, Lianmuqin known a number of paleont ...

Liucheng, Xinjiang

Liucheng, also recorded as Lukchak, is a settlement in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in north-west China. It is located approximately 60 li south-east of Turfan. It is written in the book of later Han, Chapter 118, in "the introduction to ...

Paotai Town

Paotai is an unincorporated town located in Shawan County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China, it is known for the seat of 121st Regiment headquarters of the 8th Division, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps. The town is 213 km away ...

Qinggir

Qinggir is a populated place in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China. It is located on the border of Toksun County and Yuli County, northwest of the former Lake Lop Nur. The Qinggir region in lop Nur is used for vertical shaft nuclear w ...

Shaquanzi

The town is served by the original railway which connected China with Kazakhstan via Druzhba, Kazakhstan and Alashankou, China in the early 1990s. In 2008, the boot scheme is proposing to build a more direct line to Almaty in Kazakhstan, which wi ...

Shihezi

In 1951, General Wang Zhen decided to build a new base for the Peoples Liberation Army, and selected the place of current Shihezi. Zhao Xiguang 赵锡光 took charge in the development of the city, and established the Xinjiang Production and Constru ...

Shuiding

Shuiding, formerly Suiding is a town in the Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China and the county seat of Huocheng County. It is located some 40 kilometres to the northwest of Yining, the main city of the prefe ...

Suluk, Xinjiang

Suluk is a settlement in the Gurbantunggut Desert, Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County, in the Xinjiang autonomous region of China. It is situated 7 miles to the east of the Continental Pole of inaccessibility, the point of land on Earth furthest f ...

Tacheng

Tacheng, as the official romanized name, also transliterated from Mongolian as Qoqak, is a county-level city and the administrative seat of Tacheng Prefecture, in northern Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, Xinjiang, one of the autonomous regions ...

Tashidian

Tashidian is a town in the Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. It is located on the Kongque River and national road G218, about 10 km to the north of Korla. The town was founded in an effort t ...

Todok

Todok or Todog, known in Chinese as Tuotuo Township, is a rural township in Jinghe County in Xinjiang, the northwestern province of the China. In the early 19th century, it was recorded as in the North-Western border of the sandy desert in Xinjiang.

Wujiaqu

Wujiaqus population is around 96.000 and predominantly Han Chinese according to the 2010 census. There are also Hui and various other minorities. Population by ethnicity – 2010 census

Wusu

Usu as the official romanized name and transliterated from Mongolian, also known as Wusu, is a county-level city with more than 100.000 residents in Xinjiang, China. It is a part of Tacheng Prefecture of Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture. Oil-prod ...

Yizhou District, Hami

Yizhou, is the central district of the Hami prefecture-level city, in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Its population was 472.175 at the end of 2010. It was known as Hami county-level city until February 2016, when it was merged with the ...