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Fuyuan County, Heilongjiang

An evening view of Fuyuan Town

Fuyuan County (simplified Chinese: 抚远县; traditional Chinese: 撫遠縣; pinyin: Fǔyuǎn Xiàn) is an administrative subdivision of the province of Heilongjiang, China. It is under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Jiamusi.


Fuyuan County is located in the lowlands between at the confluence of the Heilongjiang (Amur) River and Wusuli (Ussuri) Rivers. The county seat, Fuyuan Town, sits on the southern bank of the Amur. On the opposite side of the river is Russia's Jewish Autonomous Region.

Fuyuan County is China's easternmost county. Its northern and eastern borders, running along the Heilongjiang (Amur) and Wusuli (Ussuri) Rivers, are also parts of China's international border with Russia. The Bolshoy Ussuriysky Island (Heixiazi Island), partitioned between the two countries by the treaty of 2004, is in the county's northeastern corner, the mid-island border line running about 25 km east of Fuyuan Town. Khabarovsk is about 50 km east of Fuyuan Town (65 km river distance[1]).

The county is a major grain producer.[1]


Zhengyang Street, the main street of Fuyuan Town

The population of the county was 110,000 in 2010.[2]


There is a railway station in Fuyuan, the railway having reached the town only in 2011.[1] As of the late 2013, schedule systems list one passenger train a day serving Fuyuan; it comes from Harbin via Jiamusi, covering 973 km in 17.5 hours.[3]

Fuyuan has port facilities on the Amur River as well.[4]

Fuyuan Dongji Airport opened in 2014.

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b c Railway extended to China's easternmost county, bolstering Sino-Russia trade, 2011-12-06
  2. ^ (English) National Population Statistics Materials by County and City - 1999 Period, in China County & City Population 1999, Harvard China Historical GIS
  3. ^ Train schedule for Fuyuan (Chinese)
  4. ^ Heilongjiang Fuyuan Port

External links

  • Official site

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