Baiyin Baiyin, also known as Tongcheng, is a prefecture level city under the jurisdiction of Gansu Province, the core area of Lanzhou Economic Zone and the sub core of Lanzhou Baiyin metropolitan area. By 2019, it has jurisdiction over 2 districts and 3 counties, with a total area of 21200 square kilometers, a total population of 1812000, a permanent resident population of 1740800 and an urban population of 895300.
Baiyin city is located in the intersection of Northwest China, the upper reaches of the Yellow River, the central part of Gansu Province, and Shaanxi Gansu Ningxia Qinghai provinces. It is the largest multi variety non-ferrous metal industrial base in China, an important new chemical energy base in Western China, a national Torch Program non-ferrous metal new materials and products characteristic industrial base, and a national new industrialization demonstration base. It has been rated as a national circular economy demonstration city, a national advanced city in scientific and technological progress, a national intellectual property pilot city, and a national civilized city nomination city. As of July 2020, there will be Baiyin hi tech Industrial Development Zone, one China Hi tech Industrial Development Zone and five provincial development zones.
Silver is gorgeous and colorful. It is named after the precious metal city Baiyin and selected as "China's 100 cities in 2018". The Yellow River style tour, the red education tour, the Silk Road historic site tour, the green ecological tour, the industrial and mining sites and modern industrial sightseeing experience tour, and the farm leisure tour are wonderful. The Yellow River Stone Forest in the National Geopark is known as "China's natural wonder" and "one of the 52 global destinations in 2018" by the New York Times. Huishijingyuan is included in the National Red Tourism classic scenic spot, Huining is listed as the national red tourism city.
In 2019, the Gross Regional Product of Baiyin city will reach 48.633 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 6.2%. Among them: the added value of the primary industry reached 8.699 billion yuan, up 6.1% year on year. The added value of the secondary industry reached 18.079 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 6.8%. The added value of the tertiary industry reached 21.856 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 5.7%. The three industrial structures are: 17.89:37.17:44.94.
In the Xia, Shang and Western Zhou dynasties, the territory was inhabited by Qiang Rong.
During the spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period, part of the territory was inhabited by Yue clan. Later, the Huns moved southward, and the Yue clan moved westward.
In the 33rd year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (214 BC), Meng Tian attacked Huns in the north and recovered Henan Province. The city entered Qin territory to the east of the Yellow River.
In the third year of the Yuan Dynasty (114 BC), Anding county was established. Zuli county and Guiyin county are subordinate to anding county. It is the beginning of the establishment of a county within the territory. Zuli county is located in Hongzui village in the west of Jingyuan County, and quail Yin county is located in the west of Hanping, Pingchuan District.
In the sixth year of Yuanding (111 BC), Jiawei county was set up in Jingtai County, which was under the jurisdiction of Wuwei County. Its former site was diaogou, 5 Li East of Luyang Town, Jingtai County.
In the new mang period (9-23 years), Zuli county was changed into Xiangli county.
In the eastern and Western Han Dynasties, Xiangli county was abolished and still called Zuli county. Quail Yin, Zuli, Aowei three counties are subordinate to Wuwei County.
During the Three Kingdoms period, the city belonged to Wuwei County of Wei.
During the Wei and Jin Dynasties, a branch of the Xianbei people, Qifu family, moved to the wheat fields (quail Yin) in Liupanshan and Yuanchuan.
Jin Xianhe four years (329 years), after Zhao shile destroyed the former Zhao, as far as the right of the land in Longdong county. Zuli County moved south and was subordinate to Longdong county.
In 376, the first year of the Taiyuan period of the Jin Dynasty, the former Qin Dynasty destroyed Qianliang and established Pingliang County in Guiyin County, which was the beginning of the inner county.
Qifusfan of Xianbei moved from wheat field to Dujian (the boundary between Jingtai County and Baiyin District).
In the fifth year of Jin Yixi (409), the Western Qin Dynasty begged Fu Qian to return to dujianshan, which is the throne of Qin. At that time, Jingtai County was under the jurisdiction of QINXING county. Pingliang county was successively owned by the later Qin Dynasty, Nanliang and Daxia.
In 428, the Northern Wei Dynasty was powerful and took charge of the Xia Dynasty in Anding. He Lianchang collected the rest of the Xia Dynasty and returned it to Pingliang (Pingliang County, hanguiyin county), which was the throne of emperor. He was granted amnesty and changed to Shengguang.
Yuanjia seven years (430 years), the Northern Wei Dynasty conquered Xia Pingliang County, still set Pingliang County, set up quail Yin, Yin Mi two counties, county governance quail Yin. Longdong county is still set up, and Zuli county is subordinate to it.
In 548, Yu Wentai was the Prime Minister of the Western Wei Dynasty, and set up Huizhou in Guiyin county. It was the beginning of the establishment of a state in the territory.
In 562, Emperor Wudi of the Northern Zhou Dynasty moved Huizhou to Mingsha (now Zhongwei County of Ningxia), and changed Huizhou to huiningfang. The next year, Emperor Wu of Zhou Dynasty visited the West and set up Wulan county and Wulan pass in Zuli county.
In 581, huiningfang was changed into Huining town. In 596, Huining town was changed into Huining county. In the second year of Daye (606), Huining county was changed into Liangchuan County, and Huining county was juxtaposed. The county ruled Liangchuan and governed Liangchuan and Wulan counties (the above-mentioned fangs, towns and counties were all in Guiyin county).
In 619, Huining county was changed to Xihui state. Change Liangchuan county to Huining county. In the sixth year of Zhenguan (632), Huizhou of Mingsha was abolished and xihuizhou was changed to Huizhou (in Guiyin county). In the eighth year, Huizhou was transformed into sozhou because of its abundant storage. In the same year, Huizhou was renamed as Huizhou, belonging to guanneidao, still governing Huining and Wulan counties. In the fourth year of Kaiyuan (716), Liangchuan county was set up in the hometown of Zuli County, and Huizhou was moved to govern here. Nine years (721) with the Yellow River flood threat, the city was abolished. In the first year of Tianbao (742), Huizhou was changed to Huining county. In the first year of Qianyuan (758), Huining county was changed into Huizhou. In the first year of Guangde (763), Huizhou fell into Tubo.
In the early years of the Northern Song Dynasty, the city was still occupied by Tubo. In the second year of Yongxi reign (985), Li Jiqian of Dangxiang nationality broke Huizhou and burned the city. In the first year of Ming Dynasty (1032), the soldiers of Xixia went south, and Tubo was defeated. The city was known as Xixia territory. In the fourth year of Yuanfeng (1082), the five armies of the Song Dynasty attacked the Xia Dynasty, and the territory was the frontier of the song and Xixia wars. In the second year of Yuanfu (1099), song miaolu entered the city of zhuhuizhou (now the city site of Jingyuan County), and Liuzhai was subordinate to Huizhou to the north of the west city of ge'an. The new village of Huizhou (now guochengyi of Huining) was built in the southwest of China, which is called Huichuan city. Chongning three years (1104), in the Huizhou Prefecture governance Fuwen County, Li Jingyuan road.
In 1130, Huizhou was occupied by Jin. City territory east of the Yellow River is gold, west of the Yellow River Li Xixia.
In the 12th year of Jin Dading (1172), Fuchuan County was changed to Baochuan county. In 1182, Xining county was established in Xining City, and in 1216, Xining county was promoted to Xining Prefecture. In 1220, Xixia occupied Huizhou. In the second year of Yuanguang (1223), Jin General Guo Xiayao captured Huizhou. In 1227, the Mongolian army went south to destroy Xixia and Xining. In 1236, the Mongol army broke Huizhou City. The city is known as the territory of the Mongolian Khanate.
In the early Yuan Dynasty, Xinhui Prefecture was abandoned and moved to Xining county. Zhiyuan seven years (1270) and Xining County into the state, jurisdiction city territory east of the Yellow River. Hexi Jingtai county belongs to Yingli Prefecture of Ningxia Fu Road, and later changed to Yongchang Road of Gansu Province. In March of 1352, Huizhou was changed to Huining.
In the second year of Hongwu (1369), Emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty set up dieliexun inspection department (located in huangwan, Shuiquan Township, Pingchuan District), which was under the jurisdiction of Guyuan Prefecture. In 1377, Huining Prefecture was demoted to Huining county. The county government was moved to the present site (now Huining county) and attached to gongchang Prefecture. In the second year of Zhengtong (1437), jingluwei (now Jingyuan County) was established in guhui Prefecture, which was subordinate to the capital of Shaanxi Province. Dieliexun inspected Sili Jinglu guard. In the middle of Ming Dynasty, tartar tribe of Mongolia lived in the west of the Yellow River. In the 26th year of Wanli (1598), Fu Chen Tian Le used his army in Hexi, and the Tatars moved far away. Jingtai County's big, small Lutang, five Buddha Temple, a mountain lock Han fort and other places Li Jing Lu Wei. Hongshui, Yongtai, Kuangou and Zhenlu belong to Lintao Prefecture.
In 1644, the first year of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty, Jinglu guard was changed to Jingyuan guard. Huining County, Jingyuan Wei Li Gong Chang Fu. Dalutang and other places in Jingtai County are still under the jurisdiction of jingyuanwei, while Hongshui and other places are under the jurisdiction of Gaolan County, Lanzhou Prefecture. In 1730, jingyuanwei was renamed Jingyuan County. In 1738, Jingyuan County was transferred to Lanzhou Prefecture. In the fourth year of Emperor Qianlong's reign, Gaolan county set up a county magistrate in Kuangou, who led Kuangou, Yongtai, Hongshui and Zhenglu. Qianlong 22 years (1757), Kuangou County Cheng moved to Hongshui, known as Hongshui county. After Daoguang, he returned to Kuangou. In 1874, Zuo Zongtang established Haicheng County in dalachi.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Haicheng county was abolished, and dalachi was still attached to Jingyuan. In the second year of the Republic of China (1913), Hongshui county was upgraded to Hongshui County, which was under Lanshan road with Jingyuan and Huining counties. In 1928, three counties directly under the Gansu provincial government work report. In the 22nd year of the Republic of China (1934), Datang and xiaolutang, Wufo temple, yitiaoshan, suohanbao and Laolongwan in the North District of Jingyuan County were assigned to Hongshui county and Jingtai County was established.
In August and September 1949, Huining, Jingyuan and Jingtai counties were liberated one after another, and the county people's government was established. Huining and Jingyuan are subordinate to Dingxi office and Jingtai county to Wuwei office.
In January 1956, Jingtai County was under the jurisdiction of Dingxi Commissioner's office. In June, Baiyin City (county level) was established.
In April 1958, the State Council approved the upgrading of Baiyin from a county-level city to a prefecture level city. At the same time, Jingtai County was abolished and merged into Gaolan county. In November, Gansu Provincial People's committee entrusted Dingxi Commissioner's office to take charge of Baiyin City. In December, Gaolan county was abolished, and the area north of Shidong temple was returned to Baiyin City.
In November 1960, Jingyuan County was assigned to Baiyin City.
In December 1961, Gaolan county and Jingtai County were restored, both under the jurisdiction of Baiyin City.
In November 1962, the suburb of Baiyin city was established.
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Release Time:2021-03-06 00:48:19
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