Dinggyê County

Dinggyê County or Dinjie County or Tingche County or Tingkye County (Standard Tibetan: གཏིང་སྐྱེས་རྫོང་།, Chinese: 定结县) is a county of the Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering Nepal's Sankhuwasabha and Taplejung Districts to the south and India's Sikkim state to the southeast. Jin Co and Duolo Co are located in this county.

Dinggyê County
གཏིང་སྐྱེས་རྫོང་། · 定结县
Location of Dinggyê County (red) within Xigazê City (yellow) and the Tibet Autonomous Region
Location of Dinggyê County (red) within Xigazê City (yellow) and the Tibet Autonomous Region
Dinggyê is located in Tibet
Dinggyê
Dinggyê
Location of the seat in the Tibet A.R.
Coordinates (Dinggyê County government): 28°21′51″N 87°45′57″E / 28.3642°N 87.7659°E / 28.3642; 87.7659Coordinates: 28°21′51″N 87°45′57″E / 28.3642°N 87.7659°E / 28.3642; 87.7659
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Autonomous regionTibet
Prefecture-level cityXigazê
SeatGyankar
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Dinggyê County
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese定结县
Traditional Chinese定結縣
Tibetan name
Tibetanགཏིང་སྐྱེས་རྫོང་།

It is one of the four counties that comprise the Qomolangma National Nature Preserve (Dinggyê, Tingri, Nyalam, and Kyirong).[1]

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  1. ^ Department of Forestry, Government of the Tibet Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China, ‘’Report on Protected Lands in the Tibet Autonomous Region’’ Lhasa: Tibet Autonomous Region Government Publishing House, 2006

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