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Hailar

(hī`lär`), city (1994 est. pop. 192,400), Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region., China, on the Hailar (Argun) River. It is an agricultural production center on the Chinese Eastern RR. Formerly known as Hulun, Hailar consists of an old and a new city—the old section, founded in 1734 as a fort, is typically Chinese; the new section is a modern, industrial quarter.

Hailar

 

(also Hailaerh, Hulun), a city in Northeast China, in Heilunkian Province, in the valley of the Hailaerh Ho. Hailar is situated on the Imin Ho. The city has a meat and dairy industry and also produces flour, canned fish, textiles, leather goods, furgoods, and handicrafts.

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One of our stops included an underground fortress in Hailar build by the Japanese during their invasion of Manchuria in 1930s.
The Chinggis Khan Square in Hailar district of Hulunbuir city is one of the earliest structures in Inner Mongolia.
The airline operates domestic scheduled and charter flights to 11 destinations in nine aimags (provinces) of Mongolia and operates international scheduled service to Hailar in China's Inner Mongolia region and Ulan-Ude in Russian Federation's Buryat Republic, and charter services to points in China, Russia and Kazakhstan.
Air China Ltd (SEHK: 0753)(LSE: AIR) (SSE: 601111), the China-based state-owned airline company, has announced the commencement of a new route from Beijing, in China, to Chita, in Russia, via Hailar, China.
Almost all of the Chinese Evenki live in the Hulunbuir region in the north of the Inner Mongolia province, near the city of Hailar.
75) Some Russian bandits in Hailar claimed they had become naturalized Chinese in order to escape the Bolshevik Revolution, but that the Chinese failed to protect them, forcing them to turn to banditry.
Both deposits are situated on and along the Debur deep fracture zone, a structure which marks the geologic boundary between crystalline rocks to the west and the Hailar Basin to the east.
It covers the potential for considerable petroleum reserves in Mongolian basins due to its proximity to the prospective Chinese Ershan and Hailar basins
The airline operates domestic scheduled and charter flights to 11 destinations in 9 aimags (provinces) of Mongolia and operates international scheduled service to Hailar in China's Inner Mongolia region and Ulan-Ude in Russian Federation's Buryat Republic, and charter services to points in China, Russia and Kazakhstan.
The other seven destinations are Hohhot and Hailar in Inner Mongolia, Yinchuan in Ningxia Province, Zhangjiajie in Hunan Province, Xining in Qinghai Province, Lijiang in Yunnan Province and Weihai in Shandong Province.
China Southern has launched new services from Guangzhou to Hailar, Manzhouli, and Xilinhot -- via Hohhot -- in Inner Mongolia.