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Location of Miyun County in Beijing
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Township-level divisions||3 subdistricts
|• Total||2,227 km2 (860 sq mi)|
|• Density||210/km2 (540/sq mi)|
|Time zone||China Standard (UTC+8)|
Miyun District (simplified Chinese: 密云区; traditional Chinese: 密雲區; pinyin: Mìyún Qū) is situated in northeast Beijing. It has an area of 2,227 square kilometres (860 sq mi) and a population of 460,800 (2010 Census). The district is divided into 2 subdistricts of the city of Miyun, 17 towns, and 1 ethnic rural township.
The Miyun urban area, centered on Gulou Subdistrict, has an estimated population of 124,500.
- Miyun Town (密云镇), Xiwengzhuang (溪翁庄镇), Xitiangezhuang (西田各庄镇), Shilibao (十里堡镇), Henanzhai (河南寨镇), Jugezhuang (巨各庄镇), Mujiayu (穆家峪镇), Taishitun (太师屯镇), Gaoling (高岭镇), Bulaotun (不老屯镇), Fengjiayu (冯家峪镇), Gubeikou (古北口镇), Dachengzi (大城子镇), Dongshaoqu (东邵渠镇), Beizhuang (北庄镇), Xinchengzi (新城子镇), Shicheng (石城镇)
The only township is Tanying (檀营地区), which is an area
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Media related to Miyun County at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website of Miyun Government (Chinese)
- Illustrated Atlas of Shanhai, Yongping, Jizhou, Miyun, Gubeikou, Huanghua Zhen and Other Areas
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