Hohhot
or Huhehot or Hu-ho-hao-t'e geographical name city N China capital of Inner Mongolia population 652,534

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  • Hohhot — Hohhot,   Huhehot, Huhehaote, bis 1954 Kueisui, Guisui, Hauptstadt der chinesischen Autonomen Region Innere Mongolei, an der Bahnstrecke Peking Baotou, 1,09 Mio. Einwohner. Um den Bahnhof liegt die Behördenstadt, etwas abseits die alte Stadt mit… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hohhot — (chino: 呼和浩特, pinyin: Hūhéhàotè) es la capital de la Región Autónoma de Mongolia Interior de la República Popular China desde 1952. Su nombre en mongol significa “Ciudad azul”. Fue fundada en 1580 por Althar Kan. La ciudad era originariamente un… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Hohhot — [hō′hōt′] city in N China: capital of Inner Mongolia: pop. 748,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Hohhot — Infobox Settlement name =Hohhot official name = other name =呼和浩特 native name = nickname = settlement type =Prefecture level city motto = imagesize = 300px image caption =Xinhua Square, Hohhot flag size = image seal size = image shield = shield… …   Wikipedia

  • Hohhot — Hūhéhàotè · 呼和浩特 Localisation de la préfecture de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hohhot — Lage der Stadt Hohhot Mongolische Bezeichnung Mongolische Schrift …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hohhot — 呼和浩特 Hohhot …   Wikipedia Español

  • Hohhot — /hoh hoht /, n. a city in and the capital of Inner Mongolia, in N China. 700,000. Also, Huhehot, Huhehaote. Formerly, Kweihwa, Kweisui. * * * or Hu ho hao t e or Huhehot Mongol Kukukhoto City (pop., 1999 est.: 754,749), capital of Inner Mongolia… …   Universalium

  • Hohhot — Original name in latin Hohhot Name in other language Choech Chot, Choech chot, Chch Chot, Chch chot, HET, Hohhot, Hohhot Shi, Hohotas, Hohoto, Hou ho, Hooto, Hu ho hao t e, Hu ho hao t e shih, Hu ho hao t’e, Hu ho hao t’e shih, Huhe Hoter,… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Hohhot — /ˈhoʊhɒt/ (say hohhot) noun a city in, and capital of, Nei Monggol AR of northern China. Formerly, Huhehot, Kweisui. Also, Huhhot …   Australian English dictionary

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