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Hohhot
Kökeqota.svg
呼和浩特
Prefectur-level ceety
Ceety o Hohhot · 呼和浩特市
Hohhot Central Square
Hohhot (red) in Inner Mongolie (orange) an Cheenae
Hohhot is located in Inner Mongolia
Hohhot
Hohhot
Location in Inner Mongolie
Coordinates: 40°49′N 111°39′E / 40.817°N 111.650°E / 40.817; 111.650
Kintra Fowkrepublic o Cheenae
Region Inner Mongolie
County-level divisions 10
Tounship diveesions 116
Established 1580
Government
 • CPC Committee Secretary Han Zhiran (韩志然)
 • Mayor Tang Aijun (汤爱军)
Area
 • Prefectur-level ceety 17,224 km2 (6,650 sq mi)
 • Urban 2,158 km2 (833 sq mi)
 • Metro 2,158 km2 (833 sq mi)
Elevation 1,065 m (3,494 ft)
Population (2010 Census)
 • Prefectur-level ceety 2,866,615
 • Density 170/km2 (430/sq mi)
 • Urban 1,980,774
 • Urban density 920/km2 (2,400/sq mi)
 • Metro 1,980,774
 • Metro density 920/km2 (2,400/sq mi)
Time zone Cheenae Staundart Time (UTC+8)
Postal code 010000
Area code(s) 471
License plate prefixes 蒙A
GDP (2008) CNY 131.6 billion
 - per caipita CNY 51,016
Local Dialect Jin: Hohhot dialect
Website http://www.huhhot.gov.cn/en/index.asp
Hohhot
Cheenese 呼和浩特
Literal meanin blue city or calling for peace, abundant, & unique

Hohhot (Mongolie: Kökeqota.svg, Cheenese: ; pinyin: Hūhéhàotè, abbreviatit Hū Shì (Cheenese: ); romanizit as Huhehot or Huhhot an aw), is a ceety in north-central Cheenae an the caipital o the Inner Mongolie Autonomous region, servin as the region's admeenistrative, economic, an cultural centre.

The ceety wis foondit bi Mongol ruler Altan Khan in the late 16t century. It wis chosen as the region's admeenistrative centre in 1952, replacin Ulanhot. A ceety wi a rich cultural backgrund, Hohhot is kent for its historical steids an temples an is ane o the major tourist destinations o Inner Mongolie. It is naitionally kent as the hame o Cheenae's dairy giants Mengniu an Yili an aw, an wis declared "Dairy Caipital o Cheenae" bi the China Dairy Industry Association an the Dairy Association of China in 2005.

The name o the ceety in Mongolie means "Blue Ceety." The color blue in Mongolie cultur is associatit wi the sky, eternity an purity; in Cheenese, the name can be translatit as Qīng Chéng (Cheenese: 青城), literally, "Blue/Green Ceety."[1]

Sister ceeties[eedit | eedit soorce]

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  1. Chinese "qing" haes traditionally been a color atween "blue" an "green" in Scots, leadin some modren sources tae translate Qing Cheng intae Scots as "Green Ceety" insteid o "Blue Ceety," includin, for example, the official website of Hohhot.