Changzhi Changzhi, a prefecture level city in Shanxi Province, is a central city in the southeast of Shanxi Province. It is one of the sub central cities in Shanxi Province. In ancient times, it was called Shangdang, Luzhou, Lu'an, etc. "Changzhi" used to be the name of the county where Lu'an Prefecture was located, which got its name from the eighth year of Jiajing reign in the Ming Dynasty (1529 AD), which means "long-term stability". Changzhi is located in the southeast of Shanxi Province, at the junction of Shanxi, Hebei and Henan provinces. It is located in Shangdang basin surrounded by Taihang Mountain and Taiyue Mountain. It is adjacent to Taihang Mountain in the East, Hebei Province and Henan Province in the west, Taiyue Mountain in the west, Linfen City in the south, Jincheng City in the south, and Jinzhong City in the north. It has a warm temperate semi humid continental monsoon climate and has jurisdiction over 4 districts and 8 counties with an area of 13955 square kilometers and a population of 3.478 million.
Changzhi has a long history, Zhou Xian Wang twenty-one years (348 BC) South Korea in the first place in Shangdang County, Qin Wang Zheng twenty-six years (221 years ago) Qin unification, six countries are divided into thirty-six counties, one of Shangdang County, one of them, there are ancient Shangdang County Department gate Shangdang gate and the largest existing domestic, central axis 408 meters long Town God's Temple Lu'an Town God's Temple.
Changzhi is a national civilized city, an excellent tourist city in China, a national forest city, a national garden city, a national health city, a charming city with Chinese characteristics, a famous folk art city in China, and a demonstration area of the national public cultural service system. In September 2016, Changzhi was selected as one of the "top 100 prefecture level cities in China for people's livelihood development". In April 2017, Changzhi was selected as one of the first batch of demonstration zones for industrial transformation and upgrading of resource-based cities in China. In 2017, Changzhi City confirmed that it would continue to retain the honorary title of national civilized city. In 2018, Changzhi was selected into the "top 100 city brands in China (prefecture level cities)", ranking 68th. In 2019, Changzhi was once again selected into the "top 100 city brand evaluation (prefecture level city) list of China", ranking 68th, ranking first in the province.
In 2019, Changzhi's GDP will reach 165.21 billion yuan, an increase of 6.0%. On November 10, 2020, Changzhi retained the honorary title of "national civilized city" after review.
Changzhi City was the "Shangdang" and "Luzhou" region in ancient times. It was the state of Li in the Shang Dynasty and belonged to Jizhou. In the spring and Autumn period, it was the infant state of Luzi, and later in the state of Jin. During the Warring States period, it belonged to South Korea. In the 21th year of King Xian of Zhou Dynasty (348 BC), Han first set up Shangdang county and later returned to Zhao. In the 26th year of the reign of the king of Qin (221 BC), after the unification of the six states, the system of prefectures and counties was implemented. The whole country was divided into 36 counties, of which Shangdang county was one.
In the Eastern Han Dynasty, the system of the Qin Dynasty was followed, and Shangdang County belonged to Bingzhou. In 213, Shangdang County entered Jizhou.
In 220, Shangdang County returned to Bingzhou. In the first year of Yongxing (304) in the Western Jin Dynasty, Shangdang County belonged to the former Zhao, and jianxingzhong (313-317) belonged to the latter Zhao. Later Shangdang County returned to Xiyan. In the fifth year of Taihe (370), Fu Jian destroyed Yan and Shangdang County entered the post Qin Dynasty. In the 11th year of Taiyuan (386), Murong Yong was named emperor in his eldest son, and returned to Shangdang county. In 578, the seventh year of Jiande in the Northern Zhou Dynasty, Shangdang county was set up in Luzhou (the beginning of the establishment of Luzhou), and Shangdang County belonged to Yan. The state got its name because of the state of Luzi.
In 583, Shangdang county was abolished and Luzhou was moved to Huguan. Daye first year (605), changed Luzhou to Shangdang County, subordinate to Jizhou.
In Tang Wude period (618-627), Shangdang county was changed to Luzhou, and the governor's office was set up. In the 17th year of Kaiyuan (729), the Emperor Xuanzong set up the governor's office and Shangdang County in Luzhou. Kaiyuan 21 years (733), Luzhou, Shangdang county is Hedong road. In the first year of Dali (766), Zhao Yijun was set up.
In the late Tang Dynasty, Zhuang zongchu set up Luzhou. At the end of the Liang Dynasty (913-914), it was changed into Kuang Yijun. At the age of more than ten, it was changed into Anyi Jun after the Tang Dynasty destroyed Liang. In the later Jin Dynasty (936-947), it was restored to the Zhaoyi army, and in the later Han Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty (947-960).
In the Song Dynasty, at the beginning of Taiping's rejuvenation of the country (976 is the first year), Zhaoyi army was changed into Zhaode army, and later Luzhou. Yuanfeng years (1078-1085), for Longde Fu, Dadu Du Fu, Shangdang County, zhaoyijun, Lihe East Road. In 1101, the Zhaoyi army was changed into the Weisheng army. Chongning three years (1104), the restoration of Longde house, after Zhaode army.
Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), Luzhou Lihe Dongnan Road, Tianhui six years (1128), home Lunan liaoqin observation office.
In the Yuan Dynasty (1206-1368), Luzhou belonged to Jinning road. At the beginning, it was Longde mansion. Yuan Taizong three years (1231), the restoration of Luzhou, Li Pingyang road.
In the first year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty (1368), the yuan system was adopted. At the beginning, Luzhou was subordinate to the provincial governor of Zhongshu; in the second year of Hongwu (1369), it was subordinate to Shanxi Zhongshu; in the ninth year (1376), it was subordinate to the provincial governor. In February 1529, the eighth year of Jiajing period, Lu'an Prefecture was upgraded to Lu'an Prefecture, and Lu'an soldiers were set up to patrol the Southern Hebei Road and govern Lu'an.
In the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911), the Ming system was adopted, and Lu'an Prefecture ruled Changzhi City.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the three-level system of province, road and county was implemented, and Lu'an Prefecture was abolished. In April, Luze liaoqin garrison was set up in Changzhi today, and it was changed to Luze liaoqin business office in 1916. In 1924, the business office was abolished. In the 19th year of the Republic of China (1930), Jining road was abolished, and each county was directly under the jurisdiction of Shanxi Province. In 1937, Shanxi provincial government (Yan Xishan regime) set up the third and fifth special zones.
During the Anti Japanese War, the Communist Party of China established Anti Japanese base areas based on Taihang and Taiyue mountains.
In October 1945, Changzhi City (county level) was established, which was under the jurisdiction of Taihang district.
In June 1946, Changzhi City was upgraded to prefecture level city, Zhili Taihang district.
In March 1950, Changzhi City was changed into Changzhi industrial and mining area (county level).
In March 1952, the industrial and mining area was restored to Changzhi City, and it was restored to prefecture level city, which was managed by Changzhi district.
On July 1, 1953, Changzhi City was directly under the central government of Shanxi Province.
In 1958, Changzhi district was changed into Jindongnan district to take charge of Changzhi City.
In 1971, the special region of Southeast Shanxi was changed to Southeast Shanxi.
In 1975, Changzhi City was again directly under the central government of Shanxi Province, with two districts of city and suburb.
In September 1983, Changzhi City was under the jurisdiction of urban and suburban districts and Changzhi and Lucheng counties.
In May 1985, the southeastern region of Shanxi Province was abolished. Pingshun, Huguan, Licheng, Tunliu, Zhangzi, Wuxiang, Qinyuan, Xiangyuan and Qinxian counties under the jurisdiction of southeastern region of Shanxi Province were under the jurisdiction of Changzhi City. Changzhi City has two districts and 11 counties.
In November 1992, with the approval of Shanxi provincial government, Changzhi high tech Industrial Development Zone was established.
In 1994, Lucheng county was officially established as a city, under the jurisdiction of Changzhi City.
On June 19, 2018, the State Council approved the adjustment of some administrative divisions of Changzhi City in Shanxi Province (Guo Han  No. 87), abolished the urban and suburban areas, merged and established Luzhou District of Changzhi City, with the administrative areas of the original urban and suburban areas as the administrative areas of Luzhou District, and the people's Government of Luzhou district was stationed at 66 Taihang East Street, Taihang East Street. Changzhi county is abolished and Shangdang District of Changzhi City is established. The former administrative region of Changzhi county is the administrative region of Shangdang district. The people's Government of Shangdang district is located at 295 Yingbin West Street, Handian town. The Tunliu County was abolished and the Tunliu District of Changzhi City was established. The administrative region of the former Tunliu County was taken as the administrative region of the Tunliu district. The people's Government of the Tunliu district was stationed at 51 East Street, Linjiang town. The people's Government of Lucheng District is located at No. 16, chengneizheng street, Luhua street.
As of November 2018, Changzhi City has 4 districts, 8 counties and 1 National High-tech Zone, with 132 townships, 14 sub district offices, 3446 administrative villages and 140 residents' committees. The Municipal People's government is located at 68 Yingxiong Middle Road, Luzhou district.
According to the provincial government's reply on approving Changzhi City to adjust the administrative divisions of some towns and townships (jch  No. 123), we hereby announce the adjustment of administrative divisions of some towns and townships in Shangdang District, Tunliu District, Lucheng District, Huguan county and Qinyuan County as follows:
1、 Shangdang District abolished Handian town and established Handian street. The administrative area of Handian street was the former administrative area of Handian Town, and the government residence remained unchanged. Haojiazhuang township was abolished and haojiazhuang town was established. The former administrative region of haojiazhuang township was taken as the administrative region of haojiazhuang Town, and the government station remained unchanged.
2、 In Tunliu District, Linjiang town was abolished and Linjiang street was set up. The administrative area of the former Linjiang town was taken as the administrative area of Linjiang street, and the government residence remained unchanged.
3、 Lucheng District abolished Shihui Township and established Shihui town. The former administrative region of Shihui township was taken as the administrative region of Shihui Town, and the government station remained unchanged.
4、 Huguan county abolished Qiaoshang Township and established Grand Canyon town. The administrative area of Grand Canyon town is composed of 13 villagers' committees of Qiaoshang Township, 5 villagers' committees of dongbaipo, Xibaipo, dongnao, Zituan and zhuangzeshang in Shuzhang Town, and 2 villagers' committees of xiashipo and maancao in Shipo township. The government station remains unchanged.
5、 Qinyuan County abolished Wangtao Township and established Wangtao town. The former administrative region of Wangtao township was taken as the administrative region of Wangtao Town, and the government residence remained unchanged.
Changzhi City is located in the southeast of Shanxi Province. It is located at 35 ° 49 ′ - 37 ° 07 ′ N and 111 ° 59 ′ - 113 ° 44 ′ E. East of Taihang Mountain,
Chinese PinYin : Shan Xi Sheng Zhang Zhi Shi
Changzhi City, Shanxi Province
Release Time:2022-01-27 04:17:16
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