For more general information on the history of the region, please refer to:
'History of Xinjiang and Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region'.
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The Yining Report
Introduction to Yining (伊宁 ; Uyghur: غۇلجا Kulja)
Yining Landmarks & Monuments
Yining City & Area Maps
Yining is a remote provincial city in the Far West of West-China's Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, near the border with Kazakhstan. It is the Capital of the ethnically multi-diverse Ili-Kazakh Autonomous Region.
Yining is a City with a Long History. Founded no ...
A Full listing of Yining City 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 Yining in the Ili-Kazakh Autonomous County of Xinjiang-Uygur AR of China (PRC).
Yining Railway Station
The Main and only Railway Station of Yining City, located due East of the City Center of Urumqi and some distance away along the highway to the East. As the arrival point for many, the Main Station is home to a number of essential Services.
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Soundbonus - Tajik-Uzbek-Bukharan Jewish Folk Song of Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region "Barno is'hakova" - By Ufar-e Bayat.
Colonialism - 1912 World Map of Colonial Possessions & Trade Routes.
A Map drawing of the World depicting the Colonial Possessions as they were distributed in 1912 AD. Superimposed and marked in colors are subsequent changes in Influences Spheres, colonies and possessions due to World War I ( 1914 AD - 1918 AD).
Included in this Map are the main cities across the continents with their brief histories and events during the late 19Th Century and early 20Th century, where relevant. Marked in Colors for clarity are the various colonial and imperialist Nations. As relating to China; special attention is payed to so called Treaty Ports. The First Treaty Ports were forced open by Britain in the year 1841 AD, but counted over 80 in total by the end of the 19Th Century.