Qinhuangdao (Chinese秦皇岛 市/秦皇岛 市, pinyin Qínhuángdǎo shì, Island of the (first ) Qin Emperor ') is a large city with coal port in the People's Republic of China. The city has about 2.7 million inhabitants, of which 761 141 in its three districts (1 Jan 2005). Located in the Northeast of Hebei Province, it is near the province of Liaoning. 1900 foreign troops went here because of the Boxer Rebellion on land. During the 2008 Olympic Games here twelve preliminary matches were played in football.
Qinhuangdao is made up of three districts, three districts and one autonomous district together:
- Municipality Haigang (海港 区), 121 km ², about 510,000 inhabitants (2003 );
- City Shanhaiguan District (山海关 区), 192 km ², 140,000 inhabitants (2003 );
- Municipality Beidaihe (北戴河 区), 70 km ², 60,000 inhabitants (2003 );
- Changli County (昌黎 县), 1184 km ², 550,000 inhabitants (2003 ), capital: greater community Changli (昌黎 镇);
- Funing County (抚宁县), 1646 km ², approximately 510,000 inhabitants (2003 ), capital: greater community Funing (抚宁 镇);
- Circle Lulong (卢龙 县), 945 km ², approximately 420,000 inhabitants (2003 ), capital: greater community Lulong (卢龙 镇);
- Qinglong Manchu Autonomous County (青龙 满族 自治县), 3309 km ², approximately 510,000 inhabitants (2003 ), capital: large village Qinglong (青龙 镇).
Ethnic structure of the population Qinhuangdaos (2000)
At the census in 2000 2.753.962 inhabitants were counted in Qinhuangdao.
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