Nanning, referred to as "Yong", also known as green city and Yongcheng, is the capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the core city of Beibu Gulf Urban Agglomeration, the central city of China's Beibu Gulf economic zone approved by the State Council, and the comprehensive transportation hub connecting Southwest China with the sea passage. As of February 3, 2021, the city has jurisdiction over 7 districts, 4 counties and 1 city, with a total area of 22112 square kilometers, built-up area of 372 square kilometers, permanent resident population of 7.3448 million, urban population of 4.6788 million, and urbanization rate of 63.7%.
China is China's city of Southern China, Guangxi, the economic zone of China's Southern China, southwest and Southeast Asia. It is the intersection of Pan Beibu Gulf economic cooperation, Greater Mekong sub regional cooperation and Pan Pearl River Delta cooperation. It is also the frontier of China's opening cooperation to ASEAN, and the organic connection between the permanent venue of China ASEAN Expo and the "one belt and one road" of Nanning. It is an important gateway city for the army of the southern theater.
Nanning is a cultural ancient city with a long history, and it is also a modern city where Zhuang people live in harmony with other nationalities.
In January 2017, the State Council issued the "Beibu Gulf Urban Agglomeration Development Plan", positioning Nanning as a core city facing ASEAN, supporting the construction of a mega city and a border international city; in November 2018, Nanning was selected into the top 100 of China's urban well-off index in an all-round way; in 2018, Nanning was reconfirmed as a national health city (District). In 2023, the third National Youth Games will be held in Guangxi. Guangxi plans to hold the youth games mainly in Nanning and assisted by other cities.
In June 2020, the Central Committee for the rule of law was selected as the first batch of national government construction demonstration areas and projects.
Nanning was a place of Baiyue in ancient times. In 318, the first year of Daxing in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, it was established as the county seat. Since then, Nanning has a history of 1700 years. In 632, it changed its name to Yongzhou and set up the Yongzhou governor's office, hence Nanning's abbreviation "Yong". In 1324, it changed its name to Nanning Road, which means peace in southern Xinjiang, Nanning got its name from here.
Nanning has a long history and belongs to "the land of Baiyue" in ancient times. There are many branches of Yue nationality, which are called "Baiyue" in history. The two branches of Xi'ou and Luoyue are the ancestors of Zhuang Nationality in Nanning.
In the 23rd year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (214 BC), the Qin Dynasty unified Lingnan and established Guilin County, Nanhai county and Xiang county. Nanning is under the jurisdiction of Guilin county. In 206 BC, the first year of emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty, Zhao Tuo established Nanyue state, with Nanning as its jurisdiction.
After the establishment of the Western Han Dynasty. The system of prefectures and counties should be carried out. In the sixth year of Yuanding in the Western Han Dynasty (111 BC). After sending Fubo general Lu bode and his troops to pacify Zhao Xing's Nanyue state, Emperor Wu of Han Dynasty set up nine counties in Lingnan, including Nanhai, Cangwu, Yulin, Hepu, Jiaozhi, Jiuzhen, rinan, daner and zhuya. Nanning is under the jurisdiction of Lingfang County of Yulin County.
During the Three Kingdoms period, Nanning was under the jurisdiction of Wu state. Wu changed Lingfang county to Linpu county. From Jiaozhou to Guangzhou. In this way, Nanning belonged to Linpu County, Yulin County, Guangzhou, and continued to the Western Jin Dynasty.
In the Eastern Jin Dynasty, the first year of emperor yuan of Jin Dynasty (318). From Yulin County, Jinxing county is divided into four counties. Nanning is Jinxing County, Jinxing County of Guangzhou. Jinxing county is located in Jinxing County, which is now Nanning. This is the first time that Nanning has become a county-level and county-level administrative center. It is the beginning of Nanning's organizational system (one is the 14th year of kaihuang of Sui Dynasty, i.e. 594 A.D., the other is the 5th and 6th years of Taikang of Western Jin Dynasty, i.e. 284 and 285 A.D., the same below).
In the Southern Dynasty, the four dynasties of song, Qi, Liang and Chen were replaced successively, and Nanning was subordinate to the same counties as the Eastern Jin Dynasty. After the unification of the southern and Northern Dynasties in Sui Dynasty, Jinxing county was changed into Xuanhua County in 598, and Nanning county was under the jurisdiction of Yulin County.
In the fourth year of Wude (620) of Tang Dynasty, nanjinzhou was set up in Xuanhua county and led by Xuanhua County, where counties and prefectures coexisted. In the fifth year of Wude, Xuanhua county was divided into Xuanhua and Jinxing counties, which were subordinate to southern Jinzhou. In the sixth year of Zhenguan (632), nanjinzhou was changed into Yongzhou, which was governed by Nanning. This is the origin of Nanning's abbreviation "Yong". After Yonghui (650-655), the five prefectures of Guangzhou, Guizhou (governing today's Guilin), Yongzhou (governing today's Nanning), Rongzhou (governing today's Rongxian county) and Annam were subordinate to the five Lingnan prefectures and were named as the five Lingnan prefectures and were stationed in Guangzhou as the governor of Guangzhou. In the first year of Tianbao (742), Yongzhou was changed into langning county. In the first year of Qianyuan (758), LONGNING county was rebuilt as Yongzhou. In the third year of Xiantong (862), the South Road was divided into East and West roads. Lingnan east road is located in Guangzhou; Lingnan West Road is located in Yongzhou (now Nanning). It was originally under the jurisdiction of Yongguan, Rongguan and Guilin. That is to say, Nanning had become a provincial administrative center in the Tang Dynasty.
During the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, Nanning was the land of the Southern Han Dynasty, still belonging to Yongzhou and returning to Chu.
After the Song Dynasty unified the whole country, Yongzhou was under the jurisdiction of Guangnan West Road, with Xuanhua county and Wuyuan County under its jurisdiction. Nanning was still the governing seat of Yongzhou and Xuanhua county.
From the Yuan Dynasty to the 16th year of the Yuan Dynasty (1279), Yongzhou was changed into Yongzhou Road, and now Nanning is the office of the road manager. It has jurisdiction over Xuanhua and Wuyuan counties, and the two rivers and streams. The first year of TAIDING (1324) was to celebrate the Suifu of the frontier, implying the meaning of peace in the south. Yongzhou road was changed to Nanning Road. Nanning got its name from here.
In 1376, the second year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty, Nanning Road was changed to Nanning mansion, and now Nanning is the seat of the mansion. It is subordinate to the Department of chief envoys of Guangxi.
In the Qing Dynasty, Guangxi was changed into Guangxi Province and its capital was located in today's Guilin city. At that time, Nanning government was subordinate to Zuojiang road of Guangxi Province, and the prefectures and counties under its jurisdiction basically followed the Ming Dynasty. Nanning is not only governed by Nanning government, but also by Zuojiang road and Xuanhua county.
In September 1911, Nanning declared independence.
Xuanhua county was abolished in the first year of the Republic of China (1912) and was directly under the Guangxi military government as the director of Nanning government. Later, it was renamed the Guangxi provincial government. In April, 1943, the former eighth and ninth districts were merged into the Fourth District, and the office of the Commissioner of administrative supervision was set up in Nanning.
During the period of the Republic of China, Nanning moved to the province twice: the first time: in October 1912, the provisional Parliament of Guangxi Province passed a resolution, and the capital of Guangxi Province was changed to Nanning. The second move: in October 1936, the capital of Guangxi moved from Nanning to Guilin.
On December 4, 1949, Nanning was liberated, and the city of Nanning and 16 natural villages nearby were delimited from Yongning County. Nanning, a municipality directly under the central government of Guangxi Province, was established.
At the beginning of February 1950, Nanning suburbs expanded to 21 natural villages and set up suburban working committees (governing 3 districts). On February 8, the people's Government of Guangxi Province was established, with Nanning as the provincial capital.
In July 1957, the fourth session of the first National People's Congress passed a resolution to abolish the organizational system of Guangxi Province and establish Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
On March 5, 1958, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region was established in Nanning, the capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. In 1965, the State Council decided to change Tong Nationality to Zhuang nationality.
From 1958 to 2002. As the capital of the autonomous region, Nanning city and Nanning (special region) coexist. On December 23, 2002, the State Council approved the abolition of the establishment of prefecture level Chongzuo City in Nanning, which governs Pingxiang City in the south of Nanning and Chongzuo, Fusui, Daxin, Ningming, Longzhou and other counties. Yongning, Hengxian, Mashan, Binyang, Long'an and Shanglin in the former Nanning area were assigned to Nanning city.
In 2005, the urban area was divided again, including the cancellation of Chengbei District, Yongxin District and Yongning County, the establishment of XiXiangTang District, Yongning district and Liangqing District, the expansion of the jurisdiction of Xingning District and Jiangnan District, and the listing of the new urban area as Qingxiu district. After the adjustment, the urban area of Nanning has become six counties and six districts.
On February 26, 2015, the State Council approved the abolition of Wuming county and the establishment of Wuming District of Nanning city. The former administrative region of Wuming county is the administrative region of Wuming District, and the people's Government of Wuming district is located at 245 Xingwu Avenue, Chengxiang town.
On October 15, 2020, the cultural tourism promotion alliance of three provinces and six places will be established.
On February 3, 2021, with the approval of the State Council and the reply of the Ministry of civil affairs, Hengxian County was abolished and Hengzhou city at the county level was established, which was directly under the central government of the autonomous region and managed by Nanning city.
As of February 3, 2021, Nanning is divided into 7 districts, 4 counties and 1 city, with a total of 84 towns, 15 townships, 3 ethnic townships and 22 streets. The administrative districts and counties are Qingxiu District, Xingning District, Jiangnan District, Liangqing District, Yongning District, XiXiangTang District, Wuming District, Hengzhou City, Long'an County, Mashan County, Shanglin county and Binyang County. (in addition, there are: < / I > < I > Nanning high tech Industrial Development Zone < / I > < I >, < / I > < I > Nanning Economic and Technological Development Zone < / I > < I >, < / I > < I > Nanning ASEAN Economic Development Zone < / I > < I >, < / I > < I > Xianhu Economic Development Zone < / I > < I >)
Nanning is located in the South and west of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. It is the capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and the political, economic and cultural center of Guangxi, with a total area of 22112 square kilometers, of which the built-up area is 242 square kilometers. Nanning is adjacent to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. It is located in the subtropical zone. The Tropic of cancer passes through the region. It is between 107 ° 45 ′～ 108 ° 51 ′ E and 22 ° 13 ′～ 23 ° 32 ′ n. its geographical coordinates are 108 ° 22 ′ E and 22 ° 48 ′ n. By the end of 2013, Nanning had a total area of 33112 square kilometers and a land area of 22112 square kilometers.
Chinese PinYin : Guang Xi Zhuang Zu Zi Zhi Qu Nan Ning Shi
Nanning City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
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