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Ergun (Chinese: 额尔古纳市, É'ěrgǔnà Shì; Mongolian: Эргүн Ergün), formerly Ergun Right Banner (Mongolian: ᠡᠷᠬᠥᠨᠠ ᠬᠣᠲᠠ Эргүнэ хот; Chinese: 额尔古纳右旗; pinyin: E'erguna You Qi), is a county-level city in China's autonomous region of Inner Mongolia. Administratively, Ergun is part of the prefecture-level city of Hulunbuir. It occupies 28,400 km² on the right (south-eastern) bank of the Argun River, which forms China's border with Russia's Zabaykalsky Krai (formerly, Chita Oblast).
The county-level city had the population of 85162 people as of 2006.
Ergun City Wikipedia
The county-level city of Ergun is divided into 2 towns, 2 ethnic townships, and two subdistricts (街道办事处). As of 2006, their population was reported as follows:Labudalin Subdistrict (拉布大林街道办事处), 35,994 - seat of the city government.
Shangkuli Subdistrict (上库力街道办事处), 7,032
Moridaga (Mo'erdaoga) Town (莫尔道嘎镇), 25,309
Heishantou Town (黑山头镇), 1,797
Sanhe Hui Ethnic Township (三河回族乡), 11,497
Shiwei Russian Ethnic Township (室韦俄罗斯民族乡), 3,533
Ethnic composition of the county-level city of Ergun, as of 2006, was reported as follows:Han, 64,591
Others (Hui etc.) 10,809
There are two international border crossings in the county-level city.