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Delhi, Qinghai

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Country  China
Province  Qinghai
Area  27,700 km2

Delhi (SASM/GNC/SRC romanization of Mongolian: Delhi hot ), or Delingha (Chinese: ; pinyin: ; Tibetan: , Wylie: gter-len-kha, ZYPY: Derlenka) is a city in and the seat of the Haixi Mongol and Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in northern Qinghai province, Peoples Republic of China. It is located approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) southeast of the Da Qaidam Administrative Region. It is a mainly industrial county-level city. The Bayin River divides the city into two parts: Hedong (??, lit. "River East") and Hexi (??, lit. "River West"). Because the prefecture seat is located in Hedong, it is slightly more flourishing than Hexi, which is chiefly agricultural.


Map of Delhi, Qinghai

Established in 1988, Delingha administers 7 township-level divisions covering an area of 27,700 square kilometres (10,700 sq mi) and has a total population of 78,184 the smallest of the 5 cities in Qinghai. The name of the city comes from a Mongolian and means "golden world" , reflecting the relatively large Mongol population of the city.


The Delingha Railway Station serves this city.

Missile headquarters

Delingha is the missile headquarters for Qinghai, and houses DF-4s with four associated launch sites. Delingha is one of five locations where anywhere between 10 and 20 DF-4s were deployed in 1998.

The facility is the headquarters for one of the launch brigades.

Bean jellyliangfen being sold at majnukatilla new delhi


Delingha has a cold arid climate (Koppen BWk), that borders on a semi-arid climate (Koppen BSk).


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