Jiagedaqi District

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Jiagedaqi

加格达奇(行政)区
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Location of the district (red outline) in Daxing'anling Prefecture (yellow fill) and Heilongjiang
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Location of the district seat relative to Heilongjiang
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Jiagedaqi
Jiagedaqi (Inner Mongolia)
Coordinates(Jiagedaqi District government): 50°24′31″N124°08′23″E / 50.4087°N 124.1396°E / 50.4087; 124.1396 Coordinates: 50°24′31″N124°08′23″E / 50.4087°N 124.1396°E / 50.4087; 124.1396
Country People's Republic of China
Province Heilongjiang
Prefecture Daxing'anling
Area
  Total1,587 km2 (613 sq mi)
Elevation
472 m (1,549 ft)
Population
  Total156,000
  Density98/km2 (250/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
165000
Area code(s) 0457

Jiagedaqi or Jagdaqi (Oroqen: Jagdaqi, meaning "area with Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica Litvin"; simplified Chinese :加格达奇区; traditional Chinese :加格達奇區; pinyin :Jiāgédáqí Qū) is a district and the de facto seat of Daxing'anling Prefecture, Northeast China. Its physical location is in Inner Mongolia; however, it is de facto under the jurisdiction of Heilongjiang Province due to no suitable location of seat in Daxing'anling itself. The government of Inner Mongolia disputes this arrangement.

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Jiagedaqi railway station in the evening Jaigedaqi Railway Station.jpg
Jiagedaqi railway station in the evening


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