Guang'an Guang'an, a prefecture level city in Sichuan Province, is located in the eastern part of Sichuan Province. It is located in the humid monsoon climate zone of the middle subtropical zone, with four distinct seasons, warm climate, abundant rainfall and abundant products. Jialing River and Qujiang River flow back and forth into the Yangtze River, Huaying Mountain, Tongluo mountain and Mingyue Mountain are parallel distributed in the east of the city, with a total area of 6339.22 square kilometers, under the jurisdiction of Guang'an District, Qianfeng District, Yuechi County, wusheng County and Linshui county. At the end of 2019, the total registered residence of Guang'an was 4 million 593 thousand.
Guang'an has a long history. Since the second year of Kaibao (969) of the Northern Song Dynasty, Guang'an army was set up with the meaning of "Guang'an Ji" and the name of "Guang'an" has been followed up to now. In July 1993, Guang'an was established as a region, and in July 1998, it was removed from the territory to establish a city. Guang'an is the hometown of Deng Xiaoping, the chief designer of China's reform and opening up. It has four business cards: "hometown of great men, Riverside City, gateway of East Sichuan, red tourist resort".
Guang'an has cultivated a large number of experts, scholars and people with lofty ideals represented by mathematician he Lu and revolutionary martyr Xu Jianye. Guang'an has a profound cultural heritage, which breeds unique folk customs such as Yuntong dance and Yuechi lantern play. Guang'an has won the honor of national civilized city and national garden city.
In 2020, the GDP of Guang'an City will reach 130.16 billion yuan, an increase of 3.6%. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 23.53 billion yuan, an increase of 5.6%; the added value of the secondary industry was 41.71 billion yuan, an increase of 3.5%; the added value of the tertiary industry was 64.92 billion yuan, an increase of 2.9%.
In ancient times, Guang'an belonged to Liangzhou, and Yin Shang to Yongzhou. In the fifth year of King Shenliang of Zhou Dynasty (316 BC), Qin Dynasty destroyed Bashu and established Ba and Shu counties. Today, Guang'an District, Qianfeng District, Linshui county and Huaying City of Guang'an City are under the jurisdiction of Dangqu county (now Dazhou), wusheng County is under the jurisdiction of Dianjiang County (now Hechuan District), and Yuechi County is under the jurisdiction of Anhan county (now Nanchong City). In the Han and Jin Dynasties, there was no change in the construction.
In 479, the first year of Jianyuan in the Southern Qi Dynasty, the county of early Han Dynasty (now wusheng County) was set up to the north of Dianjiang (now Hechuan District), which was subordinate to dongdangquliao County of Yizhou (now Chengdu City). In the third year of Liang Dynasty (522), Dangqu county was established as Shi'an county (now Guang'an District), which was subordinate to beidangqu county (now Qu county). Datong three years (537), analysis of the east of Dangqu county began to set up Linshui County, is adjacent to the state of Linshan county. In the third year of emperor Gong of the Western Wei Dynasty (556), the neighboring states were merged into Quzhou, and Linshui County belonged to Linshan County of Quzhou.
In the third year of kaihuang (583), Shi'an county was changed into Quzhou (Quxian county). Kaihuang eighteen years (598), changed from Shi'an county to Jicheng county (now Guang'an District). In the first year of Daye (605), Emperor Yang of Sui Dynasty moved to wangjiaping, Xiaoxi township. In the third year of Daye (607), Quzhou was changed into Dangqu County, and it still governed Congcheng county and Linshui county.
In 618, the first year of Wude in Tang Dynasty, Jicheng county was renamed as Shi'an county. According to the analysis, fengle county was set up in some areas, and Hengsheng ancient town village (now Hengsheng ancient town village, Guang'an District) was the ruling place, which belongs to the west channel state of Shannan. In the same year, it restored neighboring states and governed Linshui county. In the second year of Wude (619), Linshui county was changed to Quzhou. In the eighth year of Wude (625), fengle county was abolished and its land was restored to Shi'an county. In 697, Nanchong county (today's Gaoping District of Nanchong City) and Xiangru county (today's Peng'an county) were established as Yuechi County, belonging to Jiannan Daoguo Prefecture. In the first year of Tianbao (742), Emperor Xuanzong changed Shi'an County into Qujiang County and Quzhou into Linshan county. In the first year of Qianyuan reign of emperor suzong of Tang Dynasty (758), Quzhou was even more adjacent to Shanjun, and Shi'an county and Linshui County belonged to Quzhou again.
In the second year of Kaibao of Song Dynasty (969), at the request of Liu rensui, the transport envoy of Xichuan, the emperor Taizu of Song Dynasty set up the army in the town of Nonghui at the foot of Xiuping mountain in Qujiang County. Taking the meaning of "Guang tu'an Ji", he named Guang'an army, which was subordinate to Zizhou Road, leading Qujiang County in Quzhou, Xinming County in Hezhou and Yuechi County in Guozhou. Guang'an is one of the most famous cities in China. In that year, Qujiang County, as a subordinate County of Guang'an army, moved from wangjiaping of Xiaoxi to the northeast of Nonghui town. In the third year of Kaixi (1207), Emperor ningzong of the Song Dynasty increased the number of people in Hexi county. In 1243, the Mongolian army entered Sichuan, and the Guang'an army moved to Daliang city (now Daliang village, Xiaojing Township, Guang'an District). In the second year of emperor duzong's reign in the Song Dynasty (1266), the Guang'an army was changed into the Ningxi army, and its possession was as old as before.
In the fourth year of the Yuan Dynasty (1267), the county was changed to wusheng army in the early Han Dynasty, and then it was promoted to Dingyuan Prefecture. In 1275, the Ningxi army entered the Yuan Dynasty. In the same year, the hospital moved from Daliang city to Nonghui town. Fifteen years (1278), the abolition of the Ningxi army, and Xinming, Hexi two counties into Yuechi, Qujiang, Yuechi two counties into Shunqing (now Nanchong City). Twenty years (1283), home Guangan Fu, government Qujiang County, leading Qujiang, Yuechi two counties, Li Shunqing road. In the same year, Linshui county was merged into Dazhu County and changed into Linshui town. In 1287, Dingyuan Prefecture was reduced to Dingyuan County, belonging to luhezhou, Chongqing, Sichuan Province.
In the fourth year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty (1371), Guang'an Prefecture was changed into Guang'an Prefecture, which was subordinate to Shunqing Prefecture and led to Qujiang and Yuechi counties. In the ninth year (1376), Quxian and Dazhu counties were added. In 1377, Qujiang County was abandoned and incorporated into Guang'an Prefecture, leading Yuechi, Quxian and Dazhu counties. In the first year of Chenghua (1465), Linshui county was increased. In 1644, Zhang Xianzhong entered Sichuan and established Daxi regime.
In 1647, the Qing army destroyed the Daxi regime, and Guang'an Prefecture was incorporated into the territory of the Qing Dynasty. However, the city was still under the control of people, and its governance was moved to Laisu village. In the eighth year of Shunzhi (1651), Suzhai moved to zhushanzhai. In the fourth year of Kangxi (1665), Zhidi moved back to Nonghui town and led Yuechi, Quxian, Dazhu and Linshui counties. In 1668, Yuechi County was abolished, and its land was incorporated into Guang'an Prefecture. The other three counties were assigned to Shunqing Prefecture, so Yuechi Prefecture was a scattered Prefecture without leading county. In 1669, Dingyuan county was withdrawn into Hezhou. Sixty years (1721), the restoration of Yuechi County, Sichuan Province, Sichuan Province, Shunqing road. In 1728, Dingyuan county was restored to Chongqing government. In the third year of Xuantong (1911), the northern Sichuan people's army occupied the city and established the "northern Sichuan military government of the Han Dynasty", declaring that Guang'an Prefecture was separated from the Qing government and served as the military government's residence.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the "northern Sichuan military government of the Han Dynasty" was withdrawn, and Guang'an Prefecture was subordinate to Xuanwei envoy office in northern Sichuan. In 1913, Guang'an Prefecture was changed into Guang'an County. Guang'an County, Linshui county and Yuechi County belong to North Sichuan Road. In 1914, North Sichuan Road was changed to Jialing Road, and Guang'an County, Linshui county and Yuechi County followed. In the same year, Dingyuan county was renamed wusheng County, belonging to Dongchuan Road. In 1935, the administrative supervision district of Sichuan was established. The government of Sichuan was unified. Guang'an and Linshui were the tenth administrative supervision district of Sichuan Province. Yuechi County and wusheng County belong to the 11th administrative supervision district of Sichuan Province.
In December 1949, Linshui, wusheng, Guang'an and Yuechi counties were liberated one after another.
In 1950, the Central People's government changed the supervision area during the period of the Republic of China into a special area. Yuechi County and wusheng County belong to Nanchong special area of northern Sichuan administrative region, while Guang'an County and Linshui County belong to Dazhu special area of Eastern Sichuan administrative region.
In 1953, Dazhu district was abolished, Guang'an County was included in Nanchong District, and Linshui county was included in Daxian district.
In 1968 and 1970, Nanchong district and Daxian district were successively changed into Nanchong district and Daxian District, and the subordinate status of each county remained unchanged.
On November 10, 1978, 16 townships were set up from Guang'an and Yuechi counties to set up Huayun Industrial and agricultural demonstration zone. It was changed to Huaying City on February 4, 1985.
On July 2, 1993, the State Council approved the establishment of Guang'an Prefecture, which governs Guang'an County, Yuechi County, wusheng County and Linshui County, and takes charge of Huaying City.
On July 31, 1998, Guang'an County was changed into Guang'an District.
On February 22, 2013, Guang'an District was divided into Guang'an and Qianfeng municipal districts.
Guang'an City governs 6 county-level administrative divisions (Municipal District 2, county-level city 1, county-level 3) and 124 grassroots administrative divisions (street 15, town 99, township 10). It covers an area of 6344 square kilometers and has a population of 4.97 million. The people's Government of Guang'an City is located at 2 Siyuan Avenue, Guang'an District.
Guang'an City is located in the east of Sichuan Province. Its geographical coordinates are 30 ° 01 ′ - 30 ° 52 ′ n, 105 ° 56 ′ - 107 ° 19 ′ e, 134.5 km from east to west and 93.6 km from north to south. It intersects Dazhu County of Dazhou city in the East, Changshou District of Chongqing City in the south, Hechuan District of Chongqing City in the west, Gaoping District of Nanchong City in the north, and Dazhou District in the north The administrative area is 6339.22 square kilometers.
The terrain of Guang'an City is fan-shaped, which is distributed between hills and parallel mountains and valleys in East Sichuan, and it belongs to the basin bottom extending to the basin periphery. Guangan City is divided into two geomorphic units by Huaying mountains in the southeast. The whole terrain is high in the East and low in the west, and the central and western regions are hilly areas, which are part of the "red hills" in Sichuan. The land surface fluctuates little, and the valleys are divided vertically and horizontally. Jialing River and Qujiang River flow southward into the Yangtze River in the form of deep bedrock meandering. The surface strata are mostly composed of Jurassic sandstone and mudstone with gentle shape. In the East is a low mountain area with parallel canyons. The altitude ranges from 185 meters to more than 1700 meters. The main peak of Huaying Mountain is 1704.1 meters high, and the lowest is Yulin River Valley. The water level is 185 meters high. Huaying Mountain, Tongluo mountain and Mingyue Mountain are located in the northeast with a distance of 8-15 km
Chinese PinYin : Si Chuan Sheng Guang An Shi
Guang'an City, Sichuan Province
Release Time:2022-01-27 04:22:08
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