County of Madoi - 25.000 Square Kilometers (?? sq miles)
Population of Madoi County: 10 thousand in the last census of 2010.
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A Full listing of MadoiandCounty Landmarks, Monuments, Hotspots and other sites of importance in alphabetical order. Search through the list to find your Full Report and Photo-Virtual Tour of each monument or landmark within the City, or Region of Madoi in GologTibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province of China (PRC).
Public Transport in Madoi
No information is available on the Main and only Railway Station of Madoi.
Madoi has a Railroad Station.
Throughout most of recorded history Madoi was a Town in the Golog Region of Amdo Province of Tibet. Although the Province of Qinghai was created on paper in 1928 AD, in practical terms it was only established during the 1950's under The Government of the Peoples Republic of China.
There is no specific history available for Madoi County.
A SatelliteImage overview Map of the entireTibetanPlateauxincluding parts of bordering regions of Xinjiang-UyghurAR, Gansu Province, NingxiaHuiAR, Inner-MongoliaAR,Sichuan Province,andYunnan Province. Surrounding nations and Territories are: Myanmar (Burma), Bhutan, Sikkim, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Kashmir and Pakistan.
This Map clearly defines Provinces and Regions, main mountain ranges, main rivers & lakes of the region, locations of main cities and landmarks.
Madoi County is a county of Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai Province, China. It is known as the highest altitude county in the entire Peoples Republic of China.
The county is subdivided into the townships of; Huashixia Town (花石峡镇), Machali Town (玛查里镇) which also serves as the seat of the local Government, Zhalinghu Township (扎陵湖乡) and Huanghe Township (黄河乡).
The Huanghe Township consists of three minute villages which lie downstream from the Town of Madoi along the Yellow River near the point where the Re Qu and the Hei River join as tributaries.
Local Landmarks are:
In town - Madoi Cultural Center
26号 West Street, Madoi, Golog, Qinghai.
Gyaring Lake (Zaling), Ngoring Lake (Eling), the Oxen Head Stele (Niu Tou Monument)
at 92 kilometers from Madoi,
Bayankela Mountain, Maduo Ancient City, Golog or Goluo, Stele of the source of the
Yellow River, Stele of the source of the YueGunzongli River and the Yellow River Film
No public transport to Niu Tou monument or to Darlag Town or any other of the
townships of the County.
Darlag County has an alpine climate. No specifics available.
A Schematic Map of Historical Tibet, today Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and a part of Sichuan province.
Included for reference are current International Borders, provincial borders, locations and names of main cities and towns, main rivers and lakes, mountains,importantTibetan-BuddhistMonasteries and other places of significance.
Further Reports link to More Photos and History & Backgrounds of each City, Town or Ethnic Community of Yugur, Dongxiang Tibetan, Lhoba, Kazakh, Mongol or others where available.
Today Tibet only exists as Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Tourist visits require an aditional visa !
Madoi is a County Town in Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (果洛藏族自治州). Thus, it has a large Population of Tibetan inhabitants.
For all available Maps relevant to Madoi and Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (果洛藏族自治州) please refer to Qinghai Province Maps Index.