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Map of the districts of Ulaanbaatar
Map of the districts of Ulaanbaatar

Ulaanbaatar is divided into nine düüregs (Mongolian: Дүүрэг) or municipal districts: Baganuur, Bagakhangai, Bayangol, Bayanzürkh, Chingeltei, Khan Uul, Nalaikh, Songino Khairkhan and Sükhbaatar. Each district is subdivided into khoroos, of which there are 173. Each düüreg also serves as a constituency that elects one or more representatives into the State Great Khural, the national parliament.

Demographics

The Düüregs of Ulaanbaatar[1]
Düüreg Mongolian Khoroos Population

01.01.2006

Annual

growth (%)

Population

01.01.2007

Annual

growth (%)

Population

01.01.2008

Annual

growth (%)

Population

01.01.2009

Area

km2

Density

/km2

Bagakhangai Багахангай 2 3,776 1.4 3,827 1.0 3,864 -3.2 3,742 140.0 26.7
Baganuur Багануур 5 25,261 1.9 25,731 0.9 25,969 -0.4 25,877 620.2 41.7
Bayangol Баянгол 25 160,479 0.2 160,818 2.7 165,159 2.5 169,278 29.5 5,738.2
Bayanzürkh Баянзүрх 30 196,132 7.9 211,614 4.7 221,565 6.2 235,192 1,244.1 189.0
Chingeltei Чингэлтэй 19 130,501 1.8 132,883 2.4 136,014 2.9 140,019 89.3 1,568.0
Khan Uul Хан Уул 21 87,912 3.4 90,925 4.1 94,670 4.4 98,815 484.7 203.9
Nalaikh Налайх 8 26,529 2.9 27,297 3.1 28,152 3.4 29,115 687.6 42.3
Songino Khairkhan Сонгинохайрхан 43 204,587 3.2 211,056 4.4 220,295 5.5 232,326 1,200.6 193.5
Sükhbaatar Сүхбаатар 20 117,233 5.0 123,041 5.2 129,486 2.8 133,108 208.4 638.7
total 132 952,410 3.7 987,192 3.8 1,025,174 4.1 1,067,472 4,704.4 226.9

Although administratively part of Ulaanbaatar, Nalaikh and Baganuur are separate cities. Bagakhangai and Baganuur are noncontiguous exclaves, the former located within the Töv Province, the latter on the border between the Töv and Khentii provinces.

References

  1. ^ Statistics office of the city of Ulan Bator,[1] Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine stat2701.pdf Archived 2007-11-10 at the Wayback Machine pop2006.01.01.pdf Archived 2007-02-22 at the Wayback Machine