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Clockwise: Ningbo city god temple, Yinzhou District Government of Ningbo, Tianfeng Pagoda, Dongqian Lake, Tianyi Pavilion Museum
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Ningbo City in Zhejiang
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Location in China
Coordinates(Tianyi Square): 29°52′08″N121°33′14″E / 29.869°N 121.554°E / 29.869; 121.554
Country China
Province Zhejiang
County-level divisions 11
Township divisions 148
Municipal seat Yinzhou District
  Type Sub-provincial city
  Body Ningbo Municipal People's Congress
   CCP Secretary Peng Jiaxue
   Congress Chairman Yu Hongyi
   Mayor Qiu Dongyao
   CPPCC Chairman Xu Yuning
   Prefecture-level & Sub-provincial city 9,816.23 km2 (3,790.07 sq mi)
2,461.8 km2 (950.5 sq mi)
2,461.8 km2 (950.5 sq mi)
150 m (488 ft)
 (2022 census) [1]
   Prefecture-level & Sub-provincial city 9,618,000
  Density980/km2 (2,500/sq mi)
  Urban density3,100/km2 (8,000/sq mi)
  Metro density830/km2 (2,100/sq mi)
GDP [2]
   Prefecture-level & Sub-provincial city CN¥ 1.570 trillion
US$ 233.5 billion
  Per capitaCN¥ 163,911
US$ 24,369
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
Area code 574
ISO 3166 code CN-ZJ-02
Vehicle registration 浙B
City trees Camphor Laurel
Cinnamomum camphora (L.) Sieb.
City flowers Camellia

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"Ningbo" in Simplified (top) and Traditional (bottom) Chinese characters

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