Liaocheng Liaocheng City (prefecture level city) is located in the west of Shandong Province, facing Handan city and Xingtai City of Hebei Province across Zhangwei River in the west, Henan Province across Jindi River in the south, Tai'an City and Jinan City across the Yellow River in the southeast, and Dezhou City in the north and East. The city is located between 115 ° 16 ′ - 116 ° 32 ′ E and 35 ° 47 ′ - 37 ° 02 ′ n, 114 km from east to west and 138 km from north to south, with a total area of 8715 square kilometers. It has jurisdiction over 8 administrative counties (cities) including Dongchangfu District, Chiping District, Linqing City, Guan County, Shen County, Yanggu County, Dong'e county and Gaotang County, as well as national economic and Technological Development Zone, high-tech Industrial Development Zone and jiangbeishui district There are three municipal development zones (functional zones) in Chengcheng tourist resort.
Liaocheng is a national famous historical and cultural city. More than 6000 years ago, Liaocheng had Dawenkou ancient cultural city, which has created prehistoric culture, canal culture, red culture, etc. there are more than 2700 places of interest in Liaocheng, and more than 470 landscapes with tourism development value. There are 3 national key cultural relics protection units and 15 provincial key cultural relics protection units. Liaocheng City has the unique characteristics of "Jiangbei water city" and is known as "Venice in northern China". It is a pilot city of new smart city construction in Shandong Province in 2019. In October 2020, it was rated as the national model city (county) of double support.
By the end of 2019, Liaocheng has a permanent resident population of 6.0983 million. In 2019, Liaocheng will achieve a GDP of 225.982 billion yuan, an increase of 3.7% over the previous year. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 31.760 billion yuan, an increase of 1.3%; the added value of the secondary industry was 80.688 billion yuan, an increase of 4.0%; the added value of the tertiary industry was 113.534 billion yuan, an increase of 4.2%; and the industrial structure was adjusted to 14.1:35.7:50.2.
The origin of place names
Liaocheng is named after Liaohe in ancient times.
History of construction
The three dynasties of Tang and Yu belonged to Yanzhou.
Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC)
Liaocheng (now Dongchangfu District, the same below), Yanggu, Dong'e, Chiping and Gaotang belong to the state of Qi, Shenxian and Linqing belong to the state of Wei, and Guanxian belongs to the state of Jin.
The Warring States period (475-221 BC)
Liaocheng, Yanggu, Dong'e, Chiping and Gaotang belong to the state of Qi, Linqing and Guanxian to the state of Zhao, and Shenxian to the state of Wei.
Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC)
County, county two-level system, the territory belongs to the East County.
Western Han Dynasty (206-24 BC)
County level system. Liaocheng, Shenxian, Yanggu and Donge belong to Yanzhou Dongjun, Linqing and Guanxian belong to Jizhou Weijun, Chiping belongs to Yanzhou Dongjun and Qingzhou Pingyuan, and Gaotang belongs to Qingzhou Pingyuan.
Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220)
State, county and county level system. Liaocheng, Shenxian, Yanggu and Dong'e belong to the East County of Yanzhou, Linqing to the Wei County of Jizhou, Guanxian to the Yangping County of Sizhou (zhiguantao, now the ancient town of Guanxian), Chiping to the Jibei kingdom of Yanzhou, and Gaotang to the Pingyuan County of Qingzhou.
Three Kingdoms (220-265)
State, county and county level system. The territory belongs to the state of Wei, Liaocheng and Chiping belong to Pingyuan County of Qingzhou, Linqing, Guanxian and Shenxian belong to Yangping county (zhiguantao) of Sizhou, Yanggu belongs to the kingdom of county, Donge belongs to Dongjun of Yanzhou, and Gaotang belongs to Qinghe County of Jizhou.
Western Jin Dynasty (266-316)
State, county and county level system. Liaocheng, Chiping and Gaotang belong to Pingyuan County of Jizhou, Linqing (once the state of Qinghe, governing Qinghe, now Linqing City), Guanxian and Shenxian belong to Yangping County of Sizhou, Yanggu and Dong'e belong to Jibei and Dongping.
Sixteen States of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (319-420)
State, county and county level system. They belong to six states, namely, Hou Zhao, Qian Yan, Qian Qin, Hou Yan, Nan Yan and Liu Song. Before Qin Dynasty, Qinghe County ruled Linqing. After Zhao, before Yan, after Yan Yangping County governance Guantao. In the Song Dynasty, Jizhou ruled Chiping.
The southern and Northern Dynasties (420-581)
State, county and county level system. Liaocheng successively belongs to the four states of Northern Wei, Eastern Wei, Northern Qi and Northern Zhou. In the later Wei Dynasty, Liaocheng and Chiping belonged to plain county (Liaocheng, now Dongchangfu District), Linqing, Guanxian and Shenxian belonged to Sizhou, Yangping county (zhiguantao), Yanggu and Donge belonged to Jizhou (Hecheng, now gaoyuanqiang village, Hanji Township, Chiping), Jibei county (Linyi, now Donge Tongcheng), and Gaotang belonged to nanqinghe county. During the Qi and Zhou dynasties, Liaocheng belonged to Pingyuan County, Linqing, Gaotang and Chiping belonged to Qinghe County (governing Qinghe, now Linqing City), Yanggu and Dong'e belonged to Jizhou (governing Jue city), Jibei county (governing Dong'e, now Tongcheng Town of Dong'e county), Guanxian and Shenxian belonged to Sizhou Yangping County (governing Guantao).
Sui Dynasty (581-618)
At first it was a two-level system of state and county, and then it was a two-level system of county and county. Liaocheng, Guanxian and Shenxian belong to Weizhou Wuyang County, Linqing, Gaotang and Chiping belong to beizhou Qinghe County, Yanggu belongs to Jizhou Jibei county (Zhilu County, now gaoyuanqiang village, Hanji Township, Chiping county), and Donge belongs to Yanzhou Jibei county.
Tang Dynasty (618-907)
At first, it was a three-level system of Dao, Fu (prefecture, county) and county, and then a three-level system of governor (DAO), Zhou and county. Liaocheng and Gaotang belonged to Hebei daobozhou (governing Liaocheng); Linqing belonged to Hebei daobeizhou; Shenxian and Guanxian belonged to Hebei daoweizhou; Yanggu and Dong'e belonged to Henan daojizhou (governing Lu county), later to Yunzhou; Chiping belonged to Henan daoyunzhou.
Five Dynasties (907-960)
There are three levels of system: Governor (DAO), prefecture (prefecture) and county. Liaocheng successively belongs to Houliang, later Tang, later Jin, later Han and later Zhou. Liaocheng, Chiping and Gaotang belong to Hebei daobozhou (governing Liaocheng). Linqing successively belonged to Daming Prefecture, Xingtang Prefecture and Guangjin Prefecture of Hebei Province, Guanxian successively belonged to Weizhou Prefecture, Guangjin Prefecture and Daming Prefecture of Hebei Prefecture, Shenxian successively belonged to Weizhou Prefecture of Hebei Prefecture, Yanggu Prefecture and Dong'e Prefecture belonged to Yunzhou Prefecture of Tianping Prefecture.
Northern Song Dynasty (960-1126)
The three-level system of road, government (state, military, prison) and county. Liaocheng, Gaotang and Chiping belong to Bozhou, Hebei East Road (governing Liaocheng), Linqing, Guanxian and Shenxian belong to Daming mansion, Hebei East Road, and Donge and Yanggu belong to Dongping mansion, jingdongxi road. Liao, Jin (916-1234), road (Road), government (state, military), county three-level system. Liaocheng, Chiping and Gaotang belong to Bozhou of Shandong West Road (governing Liaocheng), Linqing to enzhou of Daming Road Daming mansion, Yanggu and Dong'e to Dongping mansion of Shandong West Road, Guanxian and Shenxian to Daming Road Daming mansion.
Yuan Dynasty (1206-1368)
The three-level system of province (province), road (prefecture) and county. The territory belongs to Shandong Province, Liaocheng, Chiping and Shen counties belong to Dongchang Road (governing Liaocheng) general manager's Office (governing Liaocheng); Guanxian county belongs to Dongchang Road at the beginning, then Guanzhou (governing Guanshi County, now Guanxian); Gaotang county belongs to Dongchang Road at the beginning, then Gaotang state (governing Gaotang); Linqing belongs to Puzhou; Yanggu and donga belong to Dongping road.
Ming Dynasty (1268-1644)
There are three levels of system: Province, government (Zhili prefecture) and county (Sanzhou). There are roads between provinces, prefectures and counties. Liaocheng, Linqing (once linqingzhou, governing Linqing), Guanxian, Shenxian, Chiping and Gaotang (once gaotangzhou, governing Gaotang) belong to Dongchangfu (governing Liaocheng), Yanggu and Donge belong to Yanzhou and dongpingzhou.
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
There are three levels of system: Province, (Zhili prefecture) and county (Sanzhou). Liaocheng, Guanxian, Shenxian, Chiping and Gaotang belong to Dongchangfu (governing Liaocheng), Dongchangfu in early Linqing Dynasty and Zhili Prefecture later. Yanggu belonged to Yanzhou Prefecture, donga belonged to Yanzhou Prefecture at the beginning, Dongping Prefecture and later Tai'an Prefecture.
The Republic of China (1912-1949)
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Shandong Province abolished the government and set up the road, and the territory was Jixi Road (governing Liaocheng). In the third year of the Republic of China (1914), it was changed to Donglin road. In 1928, Daoism was abolished in Shandong Province. In 1936, there were 12 administrative districts in the province, including Liaocheng, Chiping, Boping, Dong'e, Yanggu, Shouzhang, fan County, Shen County, Guan County, Chaocheng, Guancheng, Tangyi and Pu County, which belonged to the Sixth District in Northwest Shandong; and Linqing and Gaotang belonged to the Fourth District in Northwest Shandong. After November of 1938, the Communist Party of China established the Anti Japanese base area independently in the west of Shandong Province and gradually built the Anti Japanese base area in the west of Shandong Province. In April of the 29th year of the Republic of China (1940), the Anti Japanese base areas were divided into Yunxi (the second), Northwest (the third) and Yundong (the fourth) special areas in Luxi district. In July 1941, Luxi district and jiluyu district were merged into jiluyu District, and then they belonged to the second, third and fourth special districts of jiluyu district. In September, they belonged to the 17th, 18th and 19th special districts of jinjiluyu border district. In December 1942, they belonged to the 16th (Taiyun), 17th (Yunxi) and 18th (Northwest Shandong) special districts of jinjiluyu border district In July 1943, some areas were changed to the seventh (Northwest Shandong) and sixth (Weidong) special zones in Southern Hebei. In May 1944, jiluyu district and Southern Hebei District were merged into jiluyu District, which was divided into the first (Thai), the third (Handan), the fourth (Nangong), the sixth (Weidong), the seventh (northwest) and the eighth (Yunxi) special districts of jiluyu district. In October 1945, after Hebei, Shandong and Henan were divided into two districts, namely, the first (Thai), the eighth (Western), the ninth (Southern and Northern Henan), the fourth (Southern and Northern Henan), the sixth (Eastern), the second (Western), the eighth (Southern) and the ninth (Pufan), and the first and second special districts of Southern Hebei. In August 1949, after the adjustment of administrative divisions in North China, Liaocheng district of plain province was set up. It has jurisdiction over 11 counties, including Liaocheng, Chiping, Boping, Yanggu, Shouzhang, dong'a, Gaotang, Qingping, Tangyi, Shenxian and Guanxian. Four counties, including Chaocheng, Guancheng, Puxian and Fanxian, belong to Puyang District of plain Province, and two counties, Guantao and Linqing
Chinese PinYin : Shan Dong Sheng Liao Cheng Shi
Liaocheng City, Shandong Province
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