Mudanjiang

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history culture

Mo State(貊国).


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-75. There are also trains from Dalian (18-19 hours; ¥81-438), Beijing (21 hours; ¥171-516), Rizhao (34 hours; ¥234-706), Manzhouli (20 hours; ¥78-270), Shenyang (12-14 hours; ¥-), Qiqihaer (- hours; ¥-) and Suifenhe (- hours; ¥-). By bus From Suihenhe, Harbin. Also from Vladivostok, Ussuriysk, Pogranichniy (Russian Federation) By car Get around See *


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: 100.naver.com 100.nhn?docid 49355 "Dongjingcheng site", ''Naver encyclopedia'' The city of Mudanjiang is named after for the Mudan River (literally, "Peony River") flowing through it. Imperial Russia built a train station for the Chinese Eastern Railway(КВЖД, KVZhD) in Mudanjiang in 1903, after which local development started boosting. Both Chinese and Russian settlers established themselves here. Mudanjiang was little more than a large village


energy industry

, the city's GDP rose 18.5% to RMB 78.1 billion, ranked fourth in Heilongjiang Province after Harbin, Daqing and Qiqihar. 2010年牡丹江市国民经济和社会发展统计公报 Tourist industry and light manufacturing are the mainstays of Mudanjiang's economy. Mudanjiang's pillar industries include accessory industry for automobiles, paper making, forest industry, petrochemicals, new materials, pharmacy and energy industry. http


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′ N, and the longitude 125° 42′ – 130° 10' E. Neighbouring prefectures are Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the north, Jiamusi and Qitaihe to the northeast, Mudanjiang to the southeast, Daqing to the west, and Suihua to the northwest. On its southwestern boundary is Jilin Province. The terrain of the city is generally flat, with an average elevation of around . Major cities: Harbin, Daqing, Qiqihar, Mudanjiang


local development

: 100.naver.com 100.nhn?docid 49355 "Dongjingcheng site", ''Naver encyclopedia'' The city of Mudanjiang is named after for the Mudan River (literally, "Peony River") flowing through it. Imperial Russia built a train station for the Chinese Eastern Railway(КВЖД, KVZhD) in Mudanjiang in 1903, after which local development started boosting. Both Chinese and Russian settlers established themselves here. Mudanjiang was little more than a large village


including light

of Mudanjiang, 1942 After the Japanese invasion of Manchuria began on September 19, 1931, the whole Manchuria was seized by Japan following the Mukden Incident. Mudanjiang experienced a substantial growth in the 1930s under the Japanese occupation. Mudanjiang also became a military and administrative center going by the name Botankou, particularly after the railway from Tumen to Jiamusi was constructed in 1933. By that time several light industries including light engineering, lumbering


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−22.6 Feb low C −18.4 Mar low C −9.0 Apr low C 0.4 May low C 7.3 Jun low C 13.6 Jul low C 17.6 Aug low C 16.5 Sep low C 8.7 Oct low C 0.0 Nov low C −9.7 Dec low C −18.8 year high C 10.7 year low C −1.2 year high F 51.2 year low F 29.8 precipitation colour green Jan precipitation mm 4.7 Feb precipitation mm 5.5 Mar precipitation mm 10.5 Apr precipitation mm 25.6 May precipitation mm 53.8 Jun precipitation mm 90.6


year low

−22.6 Feb low C −18.4 Mar low C −9.0 Apr low C 0.4 May low C 7.3 Jun low C 13.6 Jul low C 17.6 Aug low C 16.5 Sep low C 8.7 Oct low C 0.0 Nov low C −9.7 Dec low C −18.8 year high C 10.7 year low C −1.2 year high F 51.2 year low F 29.8 precipitation colour green Jan precipitation mm 4.7 Feb precipitation mm 5.5 Mar precipitation mm 10.5 Apr precipitation mm 25.6 May precipitation mm 53.8 Jun precipitation mm 90.6


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Mudanjiang

pic MDJ.svg piccap "Mudanjiang", as written in Chinese picsize 185px c 牡丹江 p Mǔdānjiāng rus Муданьцзян mnc ᠮᡠᡩ᠋ᠠᠨ ᠪᡳᡵᠠ order st '''Mudanjiang''' ( from Vladivostok, Russia. In 2011 Mudanjiang had a GDP of RMB 93.48 billion with a 15.1% growth rate.

Its population is 2,798,723 at the 2010 census whom 965,154 live in the built-up (''or metro'') area made of 4 urban districts. In 2007, the city is named China's top ten livable cities by Chinese Cities Brand Value Report, which was released at 2007 Beijing Summit of China Cities Forum. url http: eng.hnloudi.gov.cn engld%5Caboutloudi Loudicity Loudihonor 2011 1_327 default.shtml website hnloudi.gov.cn publisher Hunan Loudi Official Government date 2012-03-28 accessdate 2014-08-04

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