额敏县 • ءدوربىلجىن اۋدانى • دۆربىلجىن ناھىيىسى
(Chinese) • (Uyghur) • (Kazakh)
Location of the county
|Prefecture-level divisions||Tacheng Prefecture|
|Time zone||China Standard (UTC+8)|
Emin County or Dorbiljin County (Uyghur: Дорбилҗин Наһийиси) is a county situated in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and is under the administration of the Tacheng Prefecture. It has an area of 9,092 km² with a population of 200,000. The Postcode is 834600.
The place was originally named Dörbiljin. In 1918, Yang Zengxin, the governor of Xinjiang, petitioned to have a county set up in the Emin Valley. The new county was named after the Emin River (Russian: Emil River).