Qiezihe District

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Qiezihe District
茄子河区
District
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Qiezihe in Qitaihe
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Qitaihe in Heilongjiang
Coordinates: 45°47′07″N131°04′06″E / 45.78528°N 131.06833°E / 45.78528; 131.06833 Coordinates: 45°47′07″N131°04′06″E / 45.78528°N 131.06833°E / 45.78528; 131.06833
Country People's Republic of China
Province Heilongjiang
Prefecture-level city Qitaihe
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)

Qiezihe District (Chinese :茄子河区; pinyin :Qiézihé Qū) is a district of the city of Qitaihe, Heilongjiang province, China, occupying the eastern quarter of the prefectural administration.

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Qitaihe is a prefecture-level city in eastern Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China. Covering an area 6,223 km2 (2,403 sq mi), it is geographically the smallest prefecture-level division of the province. Qitaihe also has the second smallest population of the cities in Heilongjiang. At the 2010 census, its total population was 920,419, while 620,935 live in the built up area made of 3 urban districts.

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