Yingtan Yingtan, a city (prefecture level) under the jurisdiction of Jiangxi Province, is an important member of the urban agglomeration in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. It is located in the transition zone from Wuyi Mountain to Poyang Lake. It has a mild subtropical humid monsoon climate. It has two districts and one city with a total area of 3556.7 square kilometers.
In Yingtan, Shanghai Kunming high-speed railway, Yingxia line, Zhejiang Jiangxi line, Anhui Jiangxi line, Shanghai Kunming expressway, Ji Guang expressway, national highway 320 and national highway 206 crisscross in the urban area. Longhu Mountain is a famous mountain in ancient and Modern Times described in the opening chapter of the classic outlaws of the marsh. It is famous at home and abroad for its beautiful Danxia, Taoist school, ancient Yue and Yin Yang Jiaoshan ancient pottery kiln culture, Taoism culture, Xinxue culture, Guiguzi culture, ancient Yue culture and red culture complement each other. At the same time, Yingtan is a national comprehensive pilot area of new urbanization. In September 2018, he won the "2018 China Europe green Smart City Award".
In 2018, Yingtan achieved a GDP of 81.898 billion yuan, an increase of 8.7% over the previous year at comparable prices.
By the end of 2019, there will be 1182000 permanent residents, an increase of 6600 over the end of last year.
Before the Western Zhou Dynasty, Yingtan belonged to Yangzhou. In the spring and Autumn period, it belonged to Baiyue. In the Warring States period, it belonged to Yue before Chu. In the 26th year of Shihuang (221 BC), it belonged to Jiujiang county.
In the sixth year of emperor Gaozu of Han Dynasty (201 BC), the territory belongs to Yuhan county. In 194, Emperor Xian of the Eastern Han Dynasty belonged to Luling County; in 210, Emperor Jian'an belonged to Poyang County.
In the first year of Yuankang (291) of emperor Hui of Jin Dynasty, Jinxing township of Yuhan county was designated as Jinxing County, which governs jinyuehu District, Guixi City and Yujiang County. In 313, the name of Jinxing county was changed to Xing'an County, which was soon abolished and Jinxing township of Yuhan county was restored.
During the reign of emperor Chen Wen of the Southern Dynasty (560-566), Jinxing township of Yuhan county was designated as Anren County, belonging to Wuzhou. In 589, Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty abolished Anren County and restored Jinxing township of Yuhan County; Yuhan county was renamed Yugan county and belonged to Raozhou. In 621, great wall county was set up in Jinxing township of Yugan County, which belongs to Raozhou; in 624, Yuting county was merged into great wall county; in 625, great wall county was removed to restore Jinxing township of Yugan County; in 765, Guixi county was set up in the west of Yiyang County and the northeast of Yugan County, which is subordinate to Xinzhou and has jurisdiction over yingtanfang (now Yuehu District); and Xiantong County of Yizong From 860 to 874, Yugan Jinxing township was renamed Xing'an town.
In 975, Xing'an town was renamed anrenchang. In the first year of Taizong Duangong (988), anrenchang was promoted to Anren County, which was subordinate to Raozhou, Jiangnan East Road.
In the first year of the Yuan Dynasty (1264), Anren County was subordinate to the general office of Raozhou road in Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces. In 1277, Xinzhou was changed to Xinzhou Road, which governed Guixi and belonged to Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces.
In 1360, Hu Dahai of Zhu Yuanzhang took Xinzhou and changed it into Guangxin Prefecture. In 1361, Anren County was subordinate to Poyang Prefecture. In 1369, Anren County was subordinate to Raozhou Prefecture.
In 1647, yingtanfang of Guixi county was subordinate to Guangxin Prefecture of Jiangxi Province. In 1657, Anren was subordinate to Raozhou Prefecture of Jiangxi Province. In 1765, yingtanfang was set up as a department; in 1864, yingtanfang was set up as a town. Since then, it was under the jurisdiction of Guixi County until the period of the Republic of China. In 1914, it was renamed Yujiang County because of the same name of Anren County in Hunan Province. In this year, Jiangxi Province was divided into four roads, Guixi and Yujiang belong to Yuzhang road.
During the agrarian revolution period, in August 1929, under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, the Soviet government of Guixi county was established, which governed some areas north of Xinjiang in Guixi county. In 1930, the Soviet government of Yujiang County was established in xiangbiwan (now Xiangwan village, gaogongzhai forest farm), which has jurisdiction over 3 districts and 12 townships. In the 21st year of the Republic of China (1932), the province was divided into 13 administrative regions. Guixi county and Yujiang County were both under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner's office of the fifth administrative region, which governed Linchuan county. In the same year, the Soviet government of Henan county (now Shibei village, Pingding township) was established in Yujiang County, which governed two districts. In 1933, the Soviet government of Guinan county was established, which governed Lengshui, Chashan, Dongyuan, Madi and other townships. In the winter of the same year, Guinan Soviet area fell. The next winter, Guibei Soviet area fell.
In 1935, Jiangxi Province was reduced to 8 administrative regions; in 1939, Jiangxi Province was increased to 11 administrative regions; in August 1942, Jiangxi Province was divided into 9 administrative regions. Guixi and Yujiang belong to the sixth administrative region, which governs today's Shangrao City.
On May 4, 1949, Guixi, Yujiang and Yingtan were liberated one after another. On August 7, Guixi Commissioner's office was established, with Yingtan as the seat of the office, governing eight counties, including Guixi, Yujiang, Yiyang, Dongxiang, Jinxian, Jinxi and Zixi. On August 13, Guixi Commissioner's office was abolished, Guixi and Yujiang counties were changed into Shangrao special office, and Yingtan was still under the jurisdiction of Guixi county. In January 1957, Yingtan town was upgraded from Guixi county to a county-level town under Shangrao special office.
In April 1958, Yingtan town returned to Guixi county.
In July 1960, Yingtan town was once again set aside from Guixi County as a county-level town directly under the central government of Shangrao Prefecture.
In March 1979, with the approval of the State Council, the town was removed and set up as a city under the jurisdiction of Shangrao Prefecture. In July 1983, Yingtan City was upgraded to a prefecture level city, with jurisdiction over Yuehu District, Guixi county and Yujiang County; Yuehu district covers Yingtan City at the original county level, with jurisdiction over three sub district offices, four towns and 34 townships.
In January 1988, Meiyuan sub district office was set up in Yuehu district.
In March 1993, six townships in Guixi County, including Guangshui, Lengshui, Hongtang, Sili, Hetan and Wenfang, were set up as towns; four townships in Yujiang County, including Huaqiao, Huangxi, Zhongtong and Maquan, were set up as towns. In March 1995, Shengyuan, Gaogong, Luohe and Zhoufang townships were abolished in Guixi County, and Liukou, Jintun, Luohe and Zhoufang towns were set up instead; Bailu and Tong townships in Yuehu district were set up instead.
In May 1996, Guixi county was set up as a city instead of a county.
On May 2, 2018, Yujiang County was abolished and Yujiang District of Yingtan City was established. The former administrative region of Yujiang County was taken as the administrative region of Yujiang district. The people's Government of Yujiang district was stationed at No. 1, Yingnan Avenue, Dengbu town.
As of February 2018, Yingtan City has jurisdiction over Yujiang District, Yuehu district and Guixi City, in addition to Yingtan high tech Industrial Development Zone and Xinjiang New District, with a total of 44 towns and four sub district offices. Yingtan municipal Party committee and government are located in Yingtan economic building, Yuehu District, Yingtan City.
Yingtan City is located in the northeast of Jiangxi Province, in the middle and lower reaches of Xinjiang River. Located at 27 ° 35 ′ - 28 ° 41 ′ N and 116 ° 41 ′ - 117 ° 30 ′ e, it faces three "deltas" of Pearl River, Yangtze River and southern Fujian. It is one of the important channels connecting the inland with the southeast coast. It is adjacent to Yiyang County and Qianshan County in the East, Dongxiang County in the west, Jinxi County and Zixi County in the south, Wannian county and Yugan County in the north, and Guangze County in Fujian Province in the southeast. It is about 81 kilometers long from north to South and 38 kilometers wide from east to west. It is 143 kilometers (railway mileage) away from Nanchang, the provincial capital. The total area of the city is 3556.7 square kilometers, accounting for 2.15% of the total area of Jiangxi Province.
Yingtan City is located in the transition zone from Wuyishan vein to the Pingyuan of Poyang Lake. The terrain can be divided into the middle mountain area in the southeast, the middle and high hilly area in the north, the middle and low hilly area in the west, and the Guixi basin area in the middle. The main peaks are yangjikeng, qingmaojing, salmon peak, Tangjiashan, Tianhua mountain, Langgang mountain, etc. Yangjikeng, the highest peak in the territory, is located in Zhangping Township, Guixi County, with an altitude of 1540.9 meters. The lowest point is located in Xinjiang River Valley, tuanhu village, Jinjiang Town, Yujiang County, with an altitude of 16 meters.
Yingtan City has a subtropical humid monsoon climate with mild climate, abundant rainfall, sufficient light, long frost free period and four distinct seasons. The average temperature is 18 ° C, the extreme minimum temperature is - 9.3 ° C, the extreme maximum temperature is 41.0 ° C, and the relative humidity is 76%. The average annual rainfall is 1750 mm and the maximum daily rainfall is 214.4 mm. The frost free period is 262 days. The lowest monthly average temperature is 3.3 ℃, and the highest is 34.9 ℃. The average annual temperature range is 23.3 ℃, the average annual growth period is 317 days, the average annual frost free period is 267 days, the longest is 317 days, the shortest is 240 days. The annual average sunshine hours are 1749.9 hours and the annual average rainfall days are 187.7 days.
Yingtan City River belongs to the Yangtze River Basin Poyang Lake water system. The main rivers are Xinjiang River, 72 km long, 12 secondary rivers, 425 km long, and 3 tertiary rivers, 44.5 km long. The largest river in the territory is Xinjiang River, which flows from Guixi estuary through Guixi City, Yuehu District, Yujiang County, and from Tanbu village, Jinjiang Town, Yujiang County, 72 km long. The main tributaries are Baita River, Luotang River, Tongjia River, Bailu River, Sili River, etc.
The annual average surface water resources of Yingtan City is 4.122 billion cubic meters, and the annual average groundwater resources (shallow groundwater) is 629 million cubic meters. The annual surface water supply of Yingtan City is 1.047 billion cubic meters, and the underground water supply is 22 million cubic meters. The total water supply of Yingtan City is 1.047 billion cubic meters
Chinese PinYin : Jiang Xi Sheng Ying Tan Shi
Yingtan City, Jiangxi Province
Release Time:2022-01-27 04:19:36
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