Huaibei is a prefecture-level city in northern Anhui Province, People's Republic of China. It borders Suzhou to the east, Bengbu to the south, Bozhou to the west, and the province of Henan to the north. The prefecture-level city of Huaibei administers 4 county-level divisions, including 3 districts and 1 county. These are further divided into 43 township-level divisions, including 20 towns, 8 townships and 15 subdistricts. Situated in western Anhui at 3409N 11639E / 34.15N 116.65E / 34.15; 116.65, Huaibei is located at the junction of Jiangsu, Henan, and Anhui. The city has three districts and one county with a total area of 2.715 km and a population of 2.04 million. Huaibei has vast quantities of mineral reserves including marble, iron, copper, gold, silver, nickel, cobalt, fire clay and limestone. It also possesses 2.726 million tons of coal.
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