Jingxing Mining District

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Jingxing

井陉矿区
Jingxing Mining District
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Jingxing
Location in Hebei
Coordinates: 38°03′55″N114°03′44″E / 38.0652°N 114.0621°E / 38.0652; 114.0621 Coordinates: 38°03′55″N114°03′44″E / 38.0652°N 114.0621°E / 38.0652; 114.0621
Country People's Republic of China
Province Hebei
Prefecture-level city Shijiazhuang
Elevation
265 m (869 ft)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
050100

Jingxing Mining District (simplified Chinese :井陉矿区; traditional Chinese :井陘礦區; pinyin :Jǐngxíng Kuàngqū) is a mining district and one of eight districts of the prefecture-level city of Shijiazhuang, the capital of Hebei Province, North China. It is an enclave of Jingxing County.

Administrative divisions

There are 2 subdistricts (街道), 2 towns (), and 1 township () in the district.

Subdistricts:

Towns:

The only township is Hengjian (横涧乡)


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