Harbinia

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Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Harbinia: insigne
Civitas: Res publica popularis Sinarum
Locus: 45°45′0″N 126°38′0″E
Numerus incolarum: 5 015 000
Zona horaria: UTC+8
Situs interretialis
Nomen officiale: 哈尔滨市, ᡥᠠᡵᠪᡳᠨ, Харбин

Gestio

Praefectus: Q9126496
Consilium: Q106967276
Procuratio superior: Heilongjiang

Geographia

Superficies: 53 076.48 chiliometrum quadratum
Regiones urbanae: Daoli District, Nangang District, Harbin, Daowai District, Pingfang District, Songbei District, Xiangfang District, Hulan District, Acheng District, Yilan County, Fangzheng County, Bin County, Heilongjiang, Bayan County, Mulan County, Tonghe County, Yanshou County, Shuangcheng District, Shangzhi, Wuchang

Coniunctiones urbium

Tabula aut despectus

Harbinia: situs
Cathedralis Sanctae Sophiae Ecclesiae Orthodoxae Russicae Harbiniae posita.

Harbinia,[1] vulgo Hāěrbīn (Mandshurice ᡥᠠᠯᠪᡳᠨ Halbin; Mandarinice 哈尔滨), est urbs subprovincialis et caput provinciale Heilongjiang provinciae in Re Publica Populari Sinarum.[2] ac secunda a maxima urbe per numerum incolarum urbanorum et maxima urbs per numerum incolarum metropolitorum (urbanorum et rusticorum una numeratorum) in Sina Septentrionali et Orientali sita.[3] Ad Sungari flumen sita est.

Incolae notabiles[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vb. adiect. "Harbinensis" in nominibus biologicis reperitur
  2. "Formula:Citation error" (zh). 豆丁网. 19 Februarii 1995 .
  3. "Illuminating China's Provinces, Municipalities and Autonomous Regions-Heilongjiang". PRC Central Government Official Website. 2001 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Crow, Carl. 1921. "Harbin." The Travelers' Handbook for China, ed. tertia (Novi Eboraci: Dodd, Mead, 1921) 256–57. Editio interretialis. De libro.
  • Jing-shen, Tao. 1976. The Jurchen in Twelfth-Century China. University of Washington Press. ISBN 0-295-95514-7. Archivum.
  • Lahusen, Thomas. 2001. Harbin and Manchuria: Place, Space, and Identity." South Atlantic Quarterly Book 99. Duke University Press Books. ISBN 0-295-95514-7. Archivum.
  • Karlinsky, Simon. 2013. Freedom from Violence and Lies: Essays on Russian Poetry and Music. Bostoniae: Academic Studies Press. PDF.
  • Walravens, Hartmut. 2003. "German Influence on the Press in China." In Newspapers in International Librarianship: Papers Presented by the Newspaper Section at IFLA General Conferences. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 3110962799, ISBN 9783110962796.

Opera addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bakich, Olga. 1986. "A Russian City in China: Harbin before 1917." Canadian Slavonic Papers 28 (2): 129–48.
  • Carter, James. 2001. "Struggle for the Soul of a City: Nationalism, Imperialism, and Racial Tension in 1920s Harbin." Modern China 27 (1): 91–116.
  • Clausen, Søren, et Stig Thøgersen. 1995. The making of a Chinese city: history and historiography in Harbin. M. E. Sharpe.
  • Gamsa, Mark. 2010. "Harbin in comparative perspective." Urban History 37 (1): 136–49.
  • Guins, George C. 1943. "Russians in Manchuria." Russian Review 2 (2): 81–87. JSTOR. PDF.
  • Lahusen, Thomas. 1998. "A place called Harbin: reflections on a centennial." China Quarterly 154: 400–410.
  • Meyer, Mike. 2006. "Manchuria Under Ice." Departures Magazine, Nov/Dec: 292–97.
  • Xie, Liou, et al. 2016. "Harbin: A rust belt city revival from its strategic position." Cities 58: 26–38. PDF.
  • Zissermann, Lenore Lamont. 2016. Mitya's Harbin; Majesty and Menace. Book Publishers Network. ISBN 978-1-940598-75-8.
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