Tianqiao District Tianqiao District, affiliated to Jinan City, Shandong Province, is one of the four central districts of Jinan City, the capital of Shandong Province. It is adjacent to Licheng District and Jiyang District of Jinan City in the East, Huaiyin District of Jinan City in the west, Jiyang district and Qihe County of Jinan City in the north, Shizhong District, Lixia District and Huaiyin District of Jinan City in the south. With a total area of 258.97 square kilometers, the district has jurisdiction over 15 streets, 142 communities and 120 administrative villages. On September 8, 1955, the people's Committee of Shandong Province approved to adjust the division of Jinan City and change its name. The fourth district was renamed Tianqiao District.
In 2018, the GDP will reach 52.95 billion yuan, an increase of 7.1%; the total retail sales of social consumer goods will reach 48.65 billion yuan, an increase of 10.5%; the general public budget revenue will reach 4.52 billion yuan, an increase of 10.2%; and the investment in fixed assets will increase by 14.1%.
In October 2018, Tianqiao District was selected as one of the top 100 science and technology innovation districts in China in 2018. In July 2019, it was listed as a national intellectual property project demonstration county (District).
In July 2019, it was listed as a national intellectual property project demonstration county (District).
History of construction
In the Western Zhou Dynasty, today's Qiaoqu district belongs to the state of tan. In the 13th year of King Zhouzhuang (685 BC), it belonged to Luoyi of Qi state.
In the Warring States period, it was renamed lixiayi of Qi State, belonging to lixiayi.
In the Qin Dynasty, Qin destroyed Qi as a county, belonging to Qi county; later, Ji Bei county was separated from Qi County, belonging to Lixia city of Ji Bei county.
In the sixth year of emperor Gaodi (201 BC) of the Western Han Dynasty, Boyang county was separated from Jibei County, and then it was renamed Jinan county because it was located in the south of Jishui; in the fifteenth year of emperor Wendi (164 BC), it was changed into Jinan state; in the third year of emperor Jingdi (154 BC), Wang Fuzhu of Jinan was removed as a county. In the fourth year of emperor Jingdi (153 BC), Licheng county was established, belonging to Licheng County, Jinan County, Qingzhou.
In the 15th year of Jianwu (39th year) of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Jinan state was restored, belonging to Licheng County of Jinan state.
Wei of the Three Kingdoms belongs to Licheng County of Anping County in Qingzhou and Licheng County of Jinan state in Qingzhou. In the first year of Huangchu (220), the state was divided into counties. Zhengshi seven years (246 years), home Jinan. In 263, it was changed into Jimin county. After the natural demise of this county, this area of the Yellow River North belongs to this county.
In the first year of Taikang in the Western Jin Dynasty (280), Jinan was a county in addition to a county.
Hou Yan of Sixteen States belongs to Licheng County, Jinan County, Qizhou.
In the Southern Song Dynasty, it belongs to Licheng County, Jinan County, Qingzhou.
The Northern Wei Dynasty belongs to Licheng County, Jinan County, Qizhou.
In the third year of kaihuang (583), Ji'nan county was changed to Qizhou, which belongs to Licheng county. In the third year of Daye (607), the Prefecture was changed into a county, called Qi County, which belongs to Licheng county.
In the early Tang Dynasty, it was built along the Sui Dynasty. In the first year of Zhenguan (627), there were ten Daos in the world, belonging to Licheng County, Qizhou, Henan Province. In the first year of Tianbao (742), Qizhou was changed to Linzi County; in the fifth year of Tianbao (746), Jinan county was restored; in the first year of Qianyuan (758), Qizhou was also called.
Five Dynasties, along the Tang Dynasty. In Houliang Dynasty, Licheng county was once changed to Lishan county because of avoiding the name of Zhu Wen's father. In the later Tang Dynasty, it was called Licheng county.
In the early Song Dynasty, the road was changed to the road. In the third year of Zhidao (997), it was divided into 15 roads, belonging to Jingdong Road, Licheng County, Qizhou. In 1074, Jingdong road was divided into Jingdong East Road and Jingdong West Road, belonging to Qizhou Licheng. In the first year of Yuanfeng (1078), Qizhou was divided into Jingdong East Road and Qizhou Licheng. In the sixth year of Zhenghe (1116), Qizhou was promoted as a prefecture, belonging to Licheng County, Jinan Prefecture, Jingdong East Road.
Jintianhui six years (1128) to Chongqing two years (1213), belong to Shandong East Road Jinan Fu Licheng county. In 1130, Liu Yu changed Jinan Prefecture into Xingping County, belonging to Licheng County of Xingping County in the puppet Qi Dynasty. In 1137, the Qi government was abolished, and Jinan government was directly under Shangshu province.
At the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty, it was Licheng County of Jinan road chief office directly under the central government of Zhongshu province; at the end of the Yuan Dynasty, it was Licheng County of Jinan road chief office in Shangdong Province.
In the first year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty (1368), Jinan road in Shandong Province was changed to Jinan government, which belongs to Licheng County of Jinan government.
In the Qing Dynasty, it belonged to Licheng County, Jinan Prefecture, Shandong Province.
In the second year of the Republic of China (1913), Shandong Province abandoned the government and changed its way, which belongs to Licheng County, DaiBei Road, Shandong Province. In 1914, DaiBei road was renamed Jinan Road, belonging to Licheng County, Jinan Road, Shandong Province. In 1927, Daocun county was abolished, belonging to Licheng County, Shandong Province.
In July 1929, Jinan City was established. Today, Zhijin City, Beitan, Weibei Road, guanzhaying, Baohua street, Dikou Road, Gongren new village, Tianqiao East Street, beiluokou, Beiyuan West and other areas under its jurisdiction are separated from Licheng county and belong to Jinan City. Other areas are still Licheng County, and Licheng county is still directly under Shandong Province.
In 1930, Jinan City was divided into 10 districts. Today, the urban area belongs to the fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth, ninth and tenth districts.
During the period of the Japanese puppet regime, Jinan was divided into 11 districts. Today, part of the urban area belongs to the western district outside the city, the Eastern District of the commercial port, the Central District of the commercial port, the Xixiang District, the BEIXIANG district and the Dongxiang district.
After the surrender of Japan in 1945, Jinan City was divided into 11 districts. Today, part of the urban area belongs to the fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth, tenth and eleventh districts.
In September 1948, Jinan was liberated and established as a special city. In May 1949, Jinan special city was changed into Jinan City. In the meantime, the division remained unchanged.
In January 1951, Jinan City was divided into six urban areas, five suburbs and two townships (towns) directly under the central government. Today, the urban areas are divided into the third district, the Fourth District, the first district, the Second District, the third district, the fourth district and Luokou town.
In September 1955, the division of Jinan City was adjusted and the name of the district was changed. Because there was an overpass across Jinpu and Jiaoji railways, the fourth district was renamed as overpass district.
In September 1966, Tianqiao District was renamed Xiangyang District.
In July 1973, it was called Tianqiao District again, which belongs to Jinan City.
In July 1929, after Jinan was established as a city, it had 10 districts under its jurisdiction, with Zhijin city as the fourth district; Beitan, Liujiazhuang, Weibei road and xiweihao as the fifth and sixth districts; guanzhaying, Baohua street and Dikou road as the eighth district; Luokou, Gongren Xincun, Tianqiao East Street and Beiyuan West District in the northwest of Jinpu railway as the ninth district; and Jinpu railway as the East District Area 10. Under the district there are Fang, Bao and Jia.
In the 35th year of the Republic of China (1946), it was cut and protected.
In February 1949, the Baojia system was abolished, and the district government set up the street government and the street government; the rural government set up the township government and the village government; in August, the district government and the street government were abolished and the district office was set up.
In January 1951, the administrative division of Jinan City was adjusted. Beitan, Beiguan, chenjialou, Liujiazhuang, Weibei Road, East Tianqiao street, guanzaying and Baohua street were divided into the Fourth District of Jinan City. The fourth district was located at 36 East Tianqiao street.
In 1952, there were residences in the urban area and townships in the suburbs. The fourth district is divided into seven districts.
In 1954, the residence was abolished and changed to a street.
In September 1955, the fourth district was renamed Tianqiao District, and the second suburban district was renamed Beiyuan district. The worker's New Village township (Jinan normal school, worker's new village, worker's cultural palace area) originally belonging to the second suburban district was designated as Tianqiao District, and the worker's New Village Township was renamed worker's new village street. Tianqiao District has eight streets, namely Beitan, chenjialou, Liujiazhuang, Xiaowei North Road, Tianqiao East Street, guanzhaying, Baohua street and Gongren new village.
In July 1956, Luoyuan district was abolished, and some streets and alleys of zhijinshi street, guyishi street and Wansheng street under the jurisdiction of Huaiyin District were included in Tianqiao District; Beiyuan district was abolished, and Wuyingshan construction workers' dormitory area originally belonging to Wangfu township of Beiyuan district was included in Tianqiao District.
In November 1957, Beiyuan Township, Xincheng Township, Huanggang Township, Yaoshan Township, Huangtai Township and Luokou town were merged into new Beiyuan Township and Luokou town.
In January 1958, the suburbs of Jinan City were abolished, and Beiyuan Township and Luokou town were included in Licheng County; in the same month, Meihuashan village, Shandong village, Shanxi village and yueyaba village of Qihe County were included in Luokou town from Dawu District of Qihe County; in August, Beiyuan Township and Luokou town were merged to form Beiyuan people's commune of Licheng county.
In December 1959, Shizhong District was abolished and 25 factories and enterprises around the city were included in Tianqiao District.
In May 1960, Tianqiao people's commune was established, and nine streets were renamed Beitan, zhijinshi, Shuguang (chenjialou and Tianqiao East Street merged), Liujiazhuang, guanzhaying, tietou (Xiaowei North Road Street), Baohua street and Jinniu (Gonggong Xincun Street) branch of Tianqiao people's commune in Jinan. In June, Beiyuan people's commune in Licheng county was assigned to Tianqiao District, which was called Tianqiao people's commune Shebeiyuan branch; Tianqiao people's commune Xincheng branch.
In July 1961, Xincheng branch was abolished; Beiyuan branch was restored to Licheng County, and the former Beiyuan branch area was divided into four people's communes: Beiyuan, Wuyingshan, Luokou and Queshan; in November, Licheng county established Beiyuan District, under which people's commune was set up.
In February 1962, the northern part of Beiyuan commune was set up to establish Xincheng commune; in March, Shuguang branch was divided into chenjialou and Shuguang (East Tianqiao Street); in September, the eastern part of Beiyuan commune was set up to establish vegetable market commune; dongshawangzhuang, daweizhuang, Dingzhuang, Taipingzhuang, daluzhuang and xinxujiazhuang in the western suburb of Licheng county were set up to Beiyuan District, and the Yaoshan brigade and Xiaolu village of Wuyingshan commune were set up In December, Tianqiao people's commune was abolished.
In February 1963, the branches were renamed street
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