Yanting County

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Yanting County

盐亭县
Location of Yanting within Sichuan (China).png
Location of Yanting County (red) within Mianyang City (yellow) and Sichuan
Coordinates: 31°12′29″N105°23′20″E / 31.208°N 105.389°E / 31.208; 105.389 Coordinates: 31°12′29″N105°23′20″E / 31.208°N 105.389°E / 31.208; 105.389
Country People's Republic of China
Province Sichuan
Prefecture-level city Mianyang
Area
  Total1,648 km2 (636 sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)

Yanting County (simplified Chinese :盐亭县; traditional Chinese :鹽亭縣; pinyin :Yántíng Xiàn) is a county under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Mianyang, in the northeast of Sichuan Province, China.

Contents

It has an area of 1645 square kilometers, and a population of 590,000 in 2002.

Sports

The 8,000-capacity Yanting Stadium is located in Yanting County. It is used mostly for association football matches.

Climate

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