Banner (Inner Mongolia)

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Administrative division of
the People's Republic of China

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Provincial level
Autonomous regions
Government immediate cities
Special administrative regions
District level
Immediate provincial administrative zones
District-free cities
Autonomous counties
Administrative districts
Frets / leagues
District level
One district cities
Autonomous circles
Autonomous banners
Special areas
Community level
Street district
Large municipalities
Nationality communities
Nationalities sum
District offices
Village level
Communities of residents
Manchurian : ᡤᡡᠰᠠ
Romanization : Gūsa
Chinese :
Pinyin :
Classic Mongolian : ᠬᠣᠰᠢᠭᠤ ᠪᠣᠱᠤᠬᠤ
Romanization : qosiɣu bošuqu
Modern Mongolian : ᠬᠣᠰᠢᠭᠤ
Cyrillic : Хошуу
Romanization : khoshuu

Banner ( Chinese   , Pinyin ; Mongolian Hôxûû ) is the name for an administrative unit at the county level in Inner Mongolia , an autonomous region of the People's Republic of China .

During the Qing Dynasty , the Mongols, who were under Manchurian rule, were integrated into the military-political system of the Eight Banners . The later geographical-administrative units emerged from this. Each banner consisted of several sums . Several banners formed a bundle ( aimag ). Today there are still 52 banners (including three autonomous) in Inner Mongolia, which belong to the three remaining confederations or to one of the prefecture-level cities .

The following list contains all 49 banners still in existence today. The banners are sorted alphabetically according to the reference word (ie without “right”, “left”, “old”, “new” etc.).

Autonomous banners

Autonomous banners ( 自治旗 , zìzhìqí ) were established by the People's Republic of China for three smaller Inner Mongolia nationalities . They are sub-units of the prefecture-level city of Hulun Buir .

See also

Individual evidence

  1. According to the official Romanization for the Mongolian script in the People's Republic of China