Dongli District

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Dongli

东丽区
Dongli District
Coordinates(Dongli government): 39°05′12″N117°18′49″E / 39.0868°N 117.3136°E / 39.0868; 117.3136 Coordinates: 39°05′12″N117°18′49″E / 39.0868°N 117.3136°E / 39.0868; 117.3136
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Municipality Tianjin
Township-level divisions9 subdistricts
District seat Zhangguizhuang Subdistrict
Area
  Total460 km2 (180 sq mi)
Population
 (2006)
  Total320,000
  Density700/km2 (1,800/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
300300
Area code(s) 0022
Tianjin district map
Website dlnet.gov.cn

Dongli District (simplified Chinese :东丽区; traditional Chinese :東麗區; pinyin :Dōnglì Qū) is a district of the municipality of Tianjin, People's Republic of China. Located in the district are Tianjin Binhai International Airport and Tianjin Airlines headquarters. [1]

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Administrative divisions

There are 9 subdistricts in the district: [2]

Name Chinese (S) Hanyu Pinyin Population (2010) [3] Area (km2)
Zhangguizhuang Subdistrict 张贵庄街道Zhāngguìzhuāng Jiēdào45,931
Fengniancun Subdistrict 丰年村街道Fēngniáncūn Jiēdào19,075
Jinqiao Subdistrict 金桥街道Jīnqiáo Jiēdào14,25220.06
Wuxia Subdistrict 无瑕街道Wúxiá Jiēdào54,12623.86
Xinli Subdistrict 新立街道Xīnlì Jiēdào136,35766.6
Wanxin Subdistrict 万新街道Wànxīn Jiēdào98,673
Junliangcheng Subdistrict 军粮城街道Jūnliángchéng Jiēdào52,112
Huaming Subdistrict 华明街道Huámíng Jiēdào64,138150.6
Jinzhong Subdistrict 金钟街道Jīnzhōng Jiēdào73,732
developmental, harbor & airport zones40,570

Transportation

Metro

Dongli is currently served by two metro lines operated by Tianjin Metro:

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