Wuhu Wuhu, also known as Jiangcheng for short, is a prefecture level city in Anhui Province, one of the 27 cities in the central area of the Yangtze River Delta, an important scientific research and education base and industrial base in East China, a central city of G60 science and innovation corridor, a national comprehensive transportation hub, and a national independent innovation demonstration zone in Hefei, Wuhu and Bengbu. Since ancient times, it has enjoyed the reputation of "famous city in Jiangdong" and "famous District in Wu and Chu". In the middle and late Ming Dynasty, it was a famous center of pulp and dyeing industry, and in modern times, it was the first of the "four major rice markets in Jiangnan".
Wuhu is located in East China, in the southeast of Anhui Province, in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It is adjacent to Ma'anshan and Nanjing, Tongling, Chizhou and Anqing, Xuancheng and Huzhou, Hefei and Chuzhou. Wuhu is a part of the plain in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, with scattered low hills and residual hills. It has a humid monsoon climate in the north subtropical zone. Wuhu port is the fifth largest port of Yangtze River water transport, the largest freight, foreign trade and container transit port in Anhui Province, and a national first-class port.
The earliest place name of Wuhu in historical records is Jiuzi, which is on the South Bank of Shuiyang River, about 20 kilometers southeast of the city. Jiuzi city is a marshy area with many lakes and marshes, where there are grass and dove flocks. In the second year of Yuanfeng (109 BC) of Emperor Wu of Han Dynasty, Jiuzi was established as a county and changed its name to Wuhu. There is a great lake near Jiuzi, which is named Wuhu because of its "lack of water storage and growth of algae". In May 1949, Wuhu City was formally established. Chinese mainland city was selected as the top 30 best city in mainland China in December 2018 and the Chinese mainland's top 30 innovative city in December 2018. In 2020, it will be selected as the 27th of "China's urban science and technology innovation development index 2019". In August 2020, it will be selected as China's top 100 foreign trade cities in 2019.
In the spring and Autumn period, Wuhu belonged to the state of Wu. In 473 BC, Yue destroyed Wu and belonged to Yue State. In 306 BC, Chu destroyed Yue and belonged to Chu state.
In the Qin Dynasty, the whole country was divided into 36 counties. Wuhu belonged to Zhang county. There was a lot of controversy in the academic circles about the establishment of Zhang county. One was that it was established at the end of the Qin Dynasty or at the time of the Chu and Han Dynasties, the other was that there was no Zhang county in the Qin Dynasty, which was still named Jiuzi.
In the Western Han Dynasty, in the second year of Yuanfeng (109 BC), Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty changed Zhang county into Danyang county and led 17 counties. Wuhu was one of them. The name of Wuhu County began here.
It was followed in the Eastern Han Dynasty.
During the Three Kingdoms period, in 223, Wuhu County was moved from Jiuzi to jimaoshan, which is still Danyang county. In the Western Jin Dynasty, in the second year of Taikang (281), Emperor Wu of the Jin Dynasty, Shao, Xuancheng (stationed in Wanling), was set up in Danyang county. He moved Danyang county to Jianye (now Nanjing). Wuhu still belongs to Danyang county.
In the Eastern Jin Dynasty, overseas Chinese set up counties along the Yangtze River in order to resettle the people from the Central Plains to the south. In the fourth year of Xianhe (329), Wuhu County belonged to Danyang County, and the overseas Chinese established Yuzhou in Wuhu; in the first year of Xingning (363), Wuhu belonged to Xuancheng county (the county was moved to Wuhu); in the second year of Ningkang (374), Wuhu still belonged to Xuancheng County, and the overseas Chinese established Shangdang county. In the reign of emperor Xiaowu (376-396), the overseas Chinese set up Xiangyuan, Dingling, Qunqu and other counties, all of which belonged to Shangdang County; in the ninth year of emperor an's Yixi (413), Xuancheng County returned to Wanling and descended to Shangdang County as a county, and Shengyang (now Fanchang) entered Wuhu County, then Wuhu County entered Xiangyuan county. Since then, Wuhu County was abolished, and Xiangyuan and Shangdang counties belong to Huainan Qiaojun. In the early years of Xianhe in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, overseas Chinese set Huainan County in Yuhu, Danyang county (now 19 kilometers south of Dangtu County). In the northern and Southern Dynasties, Emperor Wendi of Liu Song Dynasty entered Xiangyuan County in 432, which belongs to Huainan County; Emperor Xiaowu entered Xuancheng County in 462, which belongs to Xuancheng county. In the eighth year of the Ming Dynasty (464), Huainan county was established, belonging to southern Yuzhou and Xiangyuan. The first three years of the Ming Dynasty (467) belong to Huainan County of Yangzhou.
In 589, Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty abolished Danyang and Huainan counties, set Jiangzhou in shitoucheng (now Nanjing), and Xiangyuan and other counties in Dangtu County. The county government moved to Gushu (now Dangtu County), and Wuhu (city) was reduced to Dangtu County town.
In the Tang Dynasty, the whole China was divided into ten Daos and then into fifteen Daos. Wuhu was always a town in Dangtu County, but its Daozhou state changed. In the first year of Zhenguan (627), Emperor Taizong belonged to Xuanzhou of Jiangnan Road; in the 21st year of Kaiyuan (733), Emperor Xuanzong belonged to Xuanzhou of Jiangnan Road. In the first year of emperor Qianyuan (758), suzong belonged to Shengzhou. In the second year of Shangyuan (761), it belonged to Xuanzhou, the west of Jiangnan; in the third year of Zhenyuan (787), it belonged to Xuanzhou, the east of Jiangnan.
In the Five Dynasties, Wuhu County was restored to Jiangning Prefecture in the period of Li Min's Shengyuan (937-943) in the Southern Tang Dynasty.
Song, song Taizu Kaibao eight years (975) Ping Jiangnan, Wuhu is Xuanzhou. In 977, Taizong promoted Nanping army to Taiping state, and Wuhu belonged to Jiangnan Road (later Jiangnan East Road) Taiping state. In the Yuan Dynasty, in 1277, Taizhou was promoted to Taiping Road, and Wuhu belonged to Taiping Road; in 1355, Huizong changed Taiping Road to Fu, and Wuhu belonged to Taiping Fu.
In the Ming Dynasty, the capital of Jinling was established in the first year of Hongwu (1368), and Wuhu belonged to Taiping Prefecture of Zhongshu province. In the 13th year of Hongwu (1380), Wuhu was under the jurisdiction of six Taiping prefectures; in the 18th year of Yongle (1420), the capital was changed to Nanjing, and Wuhu was under the jurisdiction of nanzhili Taiping mansion.
In the Qing Dynasty, the second year of Shunzhi (1645), the emperor of the Qing Dynasty designated Jiangnan as Jiangnan Province, and Wuhu belonged to the Taiping government of Jiangnan minister; in the 18th year of Shunzhi (1661), Wuhu belonged to the Taiping government of Jiangnan minister; in the sixth year of Kangxi (1667), the zuozhi was changed to Anhui minister, and Anhui Province was officially established, and Wuhu belonged to the Taiping government of Anhui Province. During the period of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom (1857-1864), the prefecture and county were under the jurisdiction of Zhejiang Province and later Anhui Province.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Wuhu County was directly under Anhui Province. From the third year to the 17th year of the Republic of China (1914-1928), Wuhu Road (located in Wuhu) was set up, which governed 23 counties in southern Anhui, with Wuhu County as the first county. In the 21st year of the Republic of China (1932), Wuhu County was the second special district of Anhui Province. In the 27th year of the Republic of China (1938), the Japanese army occupied Wuhu and withdrew In August 1941, it belonged to the sixth special area; in September 1945, after the victory of the Anti Japanese War, it belonged to the South Anhui administrative office, and was the resident of the sixth special area.
On April 24, 1949, the 88th division of the 30th army of the third field army of the Chinese people's Liberation Army liberated Wuhu. Wuhu military control commission was established on April 27, 1949, directly under Nanjing Military Control Commission. On May 10, 1949, Wuhu Municipal People's government was established. From then on, Wuhu City and county were divided. On May 13, the southern Anhui administrative office was set up in Wuhu City, which has jurisdiction over Wudang, Chizhou and Xuancheng. Wuhu City is directly under the southern Anhui administrative office. Wuhu County belongs to Wudang District of Wannan administration. In 1950, Wudang district was abolished and Wuhu County was directly under the South Anhui administrative office. On February 4, 1952, Wuhu County was transferred to Wuhu District of Southern Anhui Province. On August 27, 1952, the administrative offices in southern and Northern Anhui were abolished and the people's Government of Anhui Province was established. Wuhu City was directly under the jurisdiction of Anhui Province. Wuhu County still belongs to Wuhu District, and both Wuhu district and Wuhu County are located in Wuhu City.
On February 27, 1958, Yuxikou town of Hexian county was divided into Wuhu City. On June 21, Wuhu City was changed into the leader of Wuhu special district. On November 27 of the same year, Wuhu special district and city merged and appeared in the name of Wuhu special district, directly under Anhui Province. On March 12, 1959, Wuhu County entered Wuhu City. On January 14, 1960, special districts and cities were set up separately, under the dual leadership of municipal provinces and special districts. On April 26, 1961, Wuhu City was directly under the jurisdiction of Anhui Province. On December 5 of the same year, Wuhu County was reestablished as a special district of Wuhu City.
On July 19, 1965, Wuhu City was assigned to Wuhu district. In March 1971, Wuhu County moved to Wan Town. On March 29th of the same year, Wuhu district was renamed Wuhu area. Wuhu City and Wuhu County belong to Wuhu area. On February 25, 1973, Wuhu City was directly under the jurisdiction of Anhui Province. On January 29, 1980, Wuhu district was renamed Xuancheng district and its administrative office was moved to Xuancheng. Wuhu County belongs to Wuhu City. On July 1, 1983, Daqiao commune in Dangtu County was incorporated into Wuhu City. At the same time, the administrative offices of Fanchang, Nanling, Qingyang and Jiuhuashan in Xuancheng area were put under the jurisdiction of Wuhu City.
On August 22, 2011, Wuwei County and Shenxiang town of He county were under the jurisdiction of Wuhu City.
In March 2013, Erba town of Wuhu City and Tanggou town of Wuwei County were under the jurisdiction of Jiujiang district.
In April 2014, Baimao town of Wuwei County was under the jurisdiction of Jiujiang district.
On December 16, 2019, with the approval of the State Council and the reply of the Ministry of civil affairs, Wuwei County was abolished and Wuwei city at county level was established. The former administrative region of Wuwei County is the administrative region of Wuwei City, and the people's Government of Wuwei city is located at No. 1, Erba Road, Wucheng town. Wuwei city is directly under the central government of Anhui Province and managed by Wuhu City.
In 2020, the State Council approved Anhui Province to abolish Sanshan district and Yijiang District of Wuhu City and establish a new Yijiang District of Wuhu City, with the former administrative region of Sanshan district and Yijiang district as the new administrative region of Yijiang District, and the people's Government of Yijiang district is located at No. 418, Limin West Road, Zhongnan street; Wuhu County is abolished and Wan District of Wuhu City is established, with the former administrative region of Wuhu County as the administrative region of Wan district The people's Government of Wanchang district is stationed at No.9, Wuhu South Road, wanshe town; Fanchang County is abolished and Fanchang District of Wuhu City is established. The former administrative region of Fanchang County is the administrative region of Fanchang District, and the people's Government of Fanchang district is the administrative region of Fanchang district
Chinese PinYin : An Hui Sheng Wu Hu Shi
Wuhu City, Anhui Province
Release Time:2022-01-27 04:18:59
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