Bayannur

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Bayannur or Bayannao'er (Bayannagur.svg Bayannaɣur qota, Mongolian Cyrillic Баяннуур хот) is a prefecture-level city in western Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China.wikipedia
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Inner Mongolia

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Bayannur or Bayannao'er (Bayannagur.svg Bayannaɣur qota, Mongolian Cyrillic Баяннуур хот) is a prefecture-level city in western Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China. Because of Mongol-Chinese cooperation with the Communist faction in the Chinese Civil War (stalled since 1950), Suiyuan was annexed to the new Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1954, although not without controversy because of the province's large and longstanding ethnic Han majority.

Leagues of China

LeagueleaguesIkh Juu League
Until December 1, 2003, the area was called Bayannur League.

Suiyuan

Suiyuan ProvinceJin Sui
The Qing Dynasty (1644–1912) designated this area as part of "Inner Mongolia", but after its overthrow by the Republic of China (1912-1949), Bayannur was assigned to Suiyuan Province.
The area Suiyuan covered is approximated today by the prefecture-level cities of Hohhot, Baotou, Wuhai, Ordos, Bayan Nur, and parts of Ulaan Chab, all today part of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Alxa League

AlxaAlashanAlxa Desert
The league borders Mongolia to the north, Bayan Nur to the northeast, Wuhai and Ordos to the east, Ningxia to the southeast, and Gansu to the south and west.

Ordos City

OrdosOrdos PrefectureOrdos, China
It borders the prefecture-level divisions of Hohhot to the east, Baotou to the northeast, Bayan Nur to the north, Alxa League to the northwest, Wuhai to the west, the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region to its southwest, and the provinces of Shaanxi and Shanxi to the south.

Wuyuan County, Inner Mongolia

WuyuanWuyuan CountyWuyuan Co.
Wuyuan County (undefined Üyuvan siyan Үюань шянь; ), is a county with 280,000 inhabitants (2004) under the administration of Baynnur, Inner Mongolia.

Linhe District

Linhe
Linhe (undefined Linhė toɣoriɣ; ) is the only district and the seat of the city of Baynnur, Inner Mongolia, situated at the northern loop of the Yellow River, south of the Lang Shan range (70 km south-east of the Huhebashige).

Dengkou County

DengkouDengkou Co.
Dengkou County (Денкеү сийан Dėŋḵėü siyan; ), is a county with 120,000 inhabitants (2004) under the administration of Baynnur, in the west of Inner Mongolia.

Urad Middle Banner

Urat Middle BannerUrad MiddleUratzhong Ban.
It is located in the west of the region, and administratively is part of Bayan Nur City.

Urad Rear Banner

Urat Rear BannerUrad HouqiUrad Rear
It is located in the west of the region, 44 km northwest of the city of Bayan Nur, which administers this banner, and borders the Republic of Mongolia's Ömnögovi Province to the north.

Urad Front Banner

Urad QianqiUrat Front BannerUrad
It is located in the west of the region, situated on the northern (left) bank of the Yellow River, on the Ordos Loop, and in between the cities of Bayan Nur and Baotou.

Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet

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Bayannur or Bayannao'er (Bayannagur.svg Bayannaɣur qota, Mongolian Cyrillic Баяннуур хот) is a prefecture-level city in western Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China.

Zhao (state)

ZhaoState of ZhaoZhao state
The Zhao Dynasty (403 BCE–222 BCE) controlled an area including modern-day Bayannur, while the Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE–24 CE) established a hierarchical Chinese administrative structure.

Han dynasty

Eastern Han dynastyHanWestern Han dynasty
The Zhao Dynasty (403 BCE–222 BCE) controlled an area including modern-day Bayannur, while the Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE–24 CE) established a hierarchical Chinese administrative structure.

Qing dynasty

QingQing EmpireChina
The Qing Dynasty (1644–1912) designated this area as part of "Inner Mongolia", but after its overthrow by the Republic of China (1912-1949), Bayannur was assigned to Suiyuan Province.

Republic of China (1912–1949)

Republic of ChinaChinaChinese
The Qing Dynasty (1644–1912) designated this area as part of "Inner Mongolia", but after its overthrow by the Republic of China (1912-1949), Bayannur was assigned to Suiyuan Province.

Mongols in China

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Because of Mongol-Chinese cooperation with the Communist faction in the Chinese Civil War (stalled since 1950), Suiyuan was annexed to the new Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1954, although not without controversy because of the province's large and longstanding ethnic Han majority.

Communist Party of China

Communist PartyCPCCommunist
Because of Mongol-Chinese cooperation with the Communist faction in the Chinese Civil War (stalled since 1950), Suiyuan was annexed to the new Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1954, although not without controversy because of the province's large and longstanding ethnic Han majority.

Chinese Civil War

civil warCommunist RevolutionChina
Because of Mongol-Chinese cooperation with the Communist faction in the Chinese Civil War (stalled since 1950), Suiyuan was annexed to the new Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1954, although not without controversy because of the province's large and longstanding ethnic Han majority.

Han Chinese

HanChineseHan people
Because of Mongol-Chinese cooperation with the Communist faction in the Chinese Civil War (stalled since 1950), Suiyuan was annexed to the new Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1954, although not without controversy because of the province's large and longstanding ethnic Han majority.