ⓘ Jining District

Jining District

ⓘ Jining District

Jining District is an urban district that serves as the administrative seat of Ulanqab, a region governed as a prefecture-level city in the mid-western part of Inner Mongolia, China. It has an area of approximately 114.2 km² and is in the southern foothills of the Yinshan mountains.

Starting in 2011, it had a population of approximately 377.100, including members of the Mongols, the Hui, the Manchus, the Daur, Tibetan, Uyghur, Hmong, and Yi ethnic minorities.

Administratively speaking, Ulanqab is "city" and Jining "district", in reality Jining is a de facto city and Ulanqab is an administrative division covering a much larger area. See Prefecture-level city for more information about this event.

Jining South 集宁南站 the station serves as a railway border crossing at Erenhot city to the North, Hohhot and Baotou in the West, and Shanxi Datong to the South.

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