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Aksai Kazakh Autonomous County

Location of Aksay County (pink) within Jiuquan Prefecture (yellow) and Gansu province of China

Aksai Kazakh Autonomous County (Chinese: 阿克賽哈萨克族自治县; pinyin: Ākèsài Hāsàkèzú Zìzhìxiàn; Kazakh: اقساي قازاق اۆتونوميالى اۋدانى Ақсай Қазақ аутономиялық ауданы) is an autonomous county of Jiuquan in the province of Gansu in the People's Republic of China.

It has an area of 31,374 km² and 2004 population of 10,000. The postal code is 736400.

Administrative divisions

Transport

External links

  • XinhuaNet -- Aksay Kazak Autonomous County(in Chinese)

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