Baotou

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of China align center BAV align center ZBAO Baotou Airport - - Baotou ZBOW BAV Baotou Erliban Airport - **Inner Mongolia ***Baotou – Baotou Airport ***Chifeng – Chifeng Airport The city's economy is heavily based on coal mining, electric power generation, metal-working and chemical industries, but also on fruit (grapes, winemaking) and dairy farming. Wuhai is a stop on the Baotou-Lanzhou rail line


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-Xining 兰青铁路 The range stretches for about 1,000 km, beginning in the south-west as Lang Shan at the northern loop of the Yellow River, rising to some 2300 m above Linhe District, falling to a more modest 1500 m north of Wuyuan (Baynnur), and widening to a broad highland north of Baotou, stretching north-east as far as Jehol (Chengde). 2001 In 2001, at the beginning of June, aged just fifteen years and four months, she won her first singles title at Baotou


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the Huanghe by raft and boat from Lanzhou to Baotou, and shipped from Baotou by rail to the east (in particular, to Tianjin for export). The river traffic was one-way only, however, as the fast current made sailing up the Huanghe impractical. To travel from Baotou back to Lanzhou or Yinchuan, one would use a cart and camel road. There were also caravan roads from Baotou to Ordos and the Alxa League. Owen Lattimore, ''The Desert to Turkestan'', 1928. Pages 7-8


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. The city's site was chosen because it was in an arable region of the Yellow River's Great Bend. The Gelaohui secret society and the Hui Muslim (Hui people) General Ma Fuxiang came to an agreement in 1922, in which Ma Fuxiang agreed to allow the Gelaohui to extort protection money from wool merchants in Baotou.


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the Huanghe by raft and boat from Lanzhou to Baotou, and shipped from Baotou by rail to the east (in particular, to Tianjin for export). The river traffic was one-way only, however, as the fast current made sailing up the Huanghe impractical. To travel from Baotou back to Lanzhou or Yinchuan, one would use a cart and camel road. There were also caravan roads from Baotou to Ordos and the Alxa League. Owen Lattimore, ''The Desert to Turkestan'', 1928. Pages 7-8

Dadu at Nuozhen River (諾真水, flowing through modern Baotou, Inner Mongolia), and Dadu fled. While organization of camel caravans varied over time and the territory tranversed, Owen Lattimore's account of caravan life in northern China in the 1920s gives a good idea of what camel transport is like. In his ''Desert Road to Turkestan'' he describes mostly camel caravans run by Han Chinese and Hui (Hui people) firms from eastern China (Hohhot, Baotou) or Xinjiang ( Qitai

of an international border, those routes came into decline. Less important caravan routes served various other areas of northern China, such as most centres in today's Gansu, Ningxia, and northern Qinghai. Some of the oldest Hohhot-based caravan firms had a history dating to the early Qing Dynasty. Camel caravan organization While organization of camel caravans varied over time and the territory tranversed, Owen Lattimore's account of caravan life


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. On September 19, 1949, after the September 19 Rebellion, Baotou fell under Communist control. The People's Government was formed in February 1950. In the early Communist years Baotou served as an industrial centre, with a significant portion of its economy coming from its steel production. The Iron and Steel Base in Baotou is one of"156 projects", which were constructed with the help of Soviet Union to develop China's national economy in the 1950s and 1960s


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became an important religious and commercial center, and the ''menhuan'''s leaders grew wealthy thanks to the order's profitable participation in the caravan trade (camel train) across Inner Mongolia, between Baotou, Huhhot and Beijing. In June 89, the Han dispatched a force which promptly advanced from Jilu (Baynnur), Manyi (Baotou) and Guyang (Baotou) in three great columns that included their allies, specifically the main army


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getting_here email address North 249 East Songmei St, Kun District lat long directions most taxi drivers are familiar with Zhongyang St (Zhōngyáng Dà​dào), if not then just go to Baobai Pedestrian St (Bǎobái Bù​xíng​jiē), then head south to the roundabout phone +86 18947221215 tollfree fax hours price content Operated by a Filipino (Marse Mindo), an American (Aaron Bailergeon) and two Chinese businessmen (Gao and Du Mao). This resto serves old home-made style pizza. It also claims to be the only real pub and bar in Baotou. Drink Sleep Budget *

Baotou

s 包头 t 包頭 psp Paotow p Bāotóu mong ᠪᠤᠭᠤᠲᠤ ᠬᠣᠲᠠ mongr Buɣutu qota mon Бугaт хот order st '''Baotou''' ( ) also known as '''Bugthot''' is the largest industrial city in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. url http: china-trade-research.hktdc.com business-news article Fast-Facts Baotou-Inner-Mongolia-City-Information ff en 1 1X000000 1X09W6RR.htm title Baotou (Inner Mongolia) City Information publisher HKTDC accessdate 2014-01-25 Governed as a prefecture-level city, its built-up (''or metro'') area made up of 5 urban districts is home to 2,070,801 inhabitants with a total population of over 2.65 million accounting for counties under its jurisdiction. http: www.citypopulation.de php china-neimenggu-admin.php The city's Mongolian name means "place with deer", and an alternate name is "Lucheng" ( ; ''Lùchéng''), meaning "Deer City". The 39,000 capacity Baotou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium http: cafe.daum.net stade 5BHp 25?docid 1DZEG%7c5BHp%7c25%7c20080322015314 is the main sports venue in the city, used mostly for association football games.

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