Xiangshan District Xiangshan District, Guilin Municipal District of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, named after Xiangbi mountain, is located in the central and southern part of Guilin city. It is the central urban area of Guilin, with a total administrative area of 89.93 square kilometers. As of 2019, Xiangshan district has a permanent population of 290000, with 3 streets and 1 Township under its jurisdiction. The district government is located at No. 6, Huancheng West 2nd Road, Nanmen Street, Guilin city.
In the 33rd year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (214 BC), Xiangshan District (hereinafter referred to as district territory) is located in Guilin county (now Guigang City). In January 2001, Xiangshan district government moved to No. 6, West 2nd Road around the city, which will remain unchanged until December 2017. There are railway passenger stations, freight stations and bus terminals in the territory. The Hunan Guangxi railway passes through the area, connecting the southwest in the South and the Beijing Guangzhou line in the north. Highways extend in all directions. There are Guangxi yellow line, Guangxi eight line, Guilin Liuzhou and Guilin Liangjiang International Airport Expressway, 26 kilometers away from Liangjiang International Airport.
In 2017, the GDP of Xiangshan district was 22.609 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 7.7%; the per capita disposable income of urban residents was 33460 yuan, and that of rural residents was 13586 yuan, an increase of 8.5% and 10% respectively.
History of construction
In the 33rd year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (214 BC), today's Xiangshan District (hereinafter referred to as district territory) is located in Guilin county (now Guigang City). from the third year of emperor Gaodi to the fifth year of Yuanding in the Western Han Dynasty (204-112 BC), the region belongs to Nanyue. In the sixth year of Yuanding in the Western Han Dynasty (111 BC), the area belongs to Shi'an County, Lingling county. in the fourth year of Jianwu (28th year) of the Eastern Han Dynasty, it was transferred to the state of Shi'an Marquis of Lingling county. In the first year of Wu Ganlu (265) of the Three Kingdoms, the area belongs to Shi'an County, Shi'an Prefecture. Jin, southern and Northern Dynasties and Sui dynasties were the same. in the fourth year of Wude of Tang Dynasty (621), the area belongs to Shi'an County of Guizhou (changed from Shi'an county). The first year of Tang Tianbao (742) belongs to Shi'an county. The second year of Tang Zhide (757) is the ninth month of the lunar calendar (the eighth year of Zhenguan (634)). The next year, it belongs to Guizhou (from Shi'an county to Lingui county). the Five Dynasties and the Northern Song Dynasty remained unchanged. in the second lunar month of the third year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (March 1133), Jingjiang Prefecture was located in Lingui county. In 1278, Jingjiang road was located in Lingui county. There are 10 townships in Lingui County, and there is no research on which Township the district belongs to. in 1368, the first year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty, Jingjiang prefecture (Jingjiang road restoration) was located in Lingui county. The fifth year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty (1372) belongs to Lingui County, Guilin prefecture (renamed from Jingjiang prefecture) (Guangxi People's Publishing House). According to the printed edition of the eleventh year of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, the 109 page of general annals of Guangxi (Yongzheng) (published in July 2009) is recorded as: "the life of hongwuyuan In the ninth year of the pacification of Guangxi, the province of Zhongshu in all walks of life was changed into the Secretary of Chengxuan and the Minister of politics was changed into the office of Lu Take Lingnan Guangxi road as the successor of Guangxi and Jingjiang road as Guilin office. In the early years of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty, the county government of Lingui moved into the district. Now the location of Guilin traditional Chinese medicine hospital in Lingui road is the beginning of the county government of Lingui. In Ming Dynasty, there was 129 Li in Lingui, and there was no research on the location of the district. During the reign of Jiaqing in Qing Dynasty (1796-1820), Lingui county was divided into four townships, namely, the East, the south, the West and the north. At the end of Qing Dynasty, Lingui county set up four townships and Liangjiang Town, namely linguicheng, Dawu, Liangfeng, Liutang and Yangtang. Most of the area is under the jurisdiction of linguicheng, and now Beifen village of Ertang township is under the jurisdiction of Liangfeng township. On March 1, 1912, the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Lingui county was withdrawn, and the former county was directly under the jurisdiction of Guilin Prefecture, Guangxi Province. In June of the next year, Guilin Prefecture was removed and Guilin county was established. The county government was located in the former Lingui County, and the county system was restored. Next month, Lijiang road was set up in Guilin County, and Daozhi was set up in Ronghu North Road, Xiufeng District, which belongs to Lijiang road Guilin county. On June 14, 1914, the district was located in Guilin County, Guilin Road (renamed from Lijiang Road). In November 1927, Guilin road was removed and Guilin county was directly under the Guangxi provincial government. In the 19th year of the Republic of China (1930), Guilin mintuan district was set up in Guilin county. Its headquarters was near the intersection of Shanhu North Road and Zhengyang Road in today's Xiufeng District. The district belongs to Guilin County, Guilin mintuan district. On March 10, 1934, the district was located in Guilin County, Guilin administrative supervision district. On January 1, 1940, Guilin city was set up as part of the urban area of Guilin county and Sanhe Township and Yueqing township of Lingchuan County. The city was governed by Huanhu West Road (now Ronghu Road), which was directly under the jurisdiction of Guangxi provincial government. On March 9 of the same year, the six towns of Bagui, Bailong, Peifeng, Yinan, Dongjiang and Fengbei were selected as the urban area of Guilin, and the six townships of Taisha, zhemu, dongfuguo, southwest Fuguo, beifuguo and Sanhe were selected as the suburbs of Guilin. Among them, Peifeng, Yinan, Taisha and zhemu (part) are in the area. Guilin county changed its name to Lingui County in 1954. The county government remained as before (October of the 29th year of the Republic of China (1940) - the 33rd year of the Republic of China (1944) and August of the 34th year of the Republic of China (1945) - December of 1949. The county government was located in the hospital of traditional Chinese medicine of Lingui Road, Xiangshan district. From June 1954 to May 21, 1975, the county government was located in Wanshou lane, Minzhu Road, Xiangshan District, belonging to the nature of sojourn, and moved to its jurisdiction on May 22 Lingui town). In September of the 31st year of the Republic of China, the division of Guilin city was adjusted. Peifeng and Yinan towns were combined to set up Peiyi District, which was the beginning of district governance, and Chongshan Road was controlled by the district; zhemu and Taisha towns were combined to set up Zhetai District, which covers most of the territory (south of Tongxin Village). On October 1, 1949, the people's Republic of China was founded. On November 22, 1949, Guilin city was liberated. After liberation, Peiyi district was retained in the first division adjustment of Guilin City, which was the predecessor of Xiangshan district. The western suburb (the former Southwest fringe area) and the southern suburb (the former Zhetai District) have jurisdiction over most of the present area. In April 1950, the division of Guilin city was adjusted, the western suburb was merged into Peiyi District, and the present district was divided into Lingui county to the south of Tongxin village. In October of the same year, Peiyi district was renamed the second district. In April 1952, Guilin city was readjusted, and the villages (streets) originally assigned to Peiyi District, Lingui county and Lingchuan County were re divided into three suburbs of East, West and south of Guilin city. Most of this area is located in the western suburbs (Tiexi District, etc.) and the southern suburbs (south of Tongxin Village). In April 1954, the eastern, Western and southern suburbs of Guilin merged to form the suburban area of Guilin. Most of the area is suburban. In October 1955, the second district was abolished and two streets, Yangqiao and Nanmen, were set up. They belong to the urban area of Guilin City, and most of them belong to the suburbs of Guilin city. On July 25, 1958, Guilin city was under the unified leadership of Guilin special office, but the Municipal People's Committee was still the first level organization of the special office. On November 25, 1961, Guilin city was transferred to Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. In October 1958, Yangqiao and Nanmen streets merged to form Yangqiao commune. In June 1961, Yangqiao commune was divided into Yangqiao commune and Nanmen commune. In September 1966, Yangqiao commune was renamed Dongsheng commune, and Nanmen commune was renamed Yuejin commune. In March 1967, the suburb of Guilin was changed into the suburb of Guilin. Now Pingshan street and Ertang Township belong to the suburb of Guilin. In 1968, Guilin government moved to No. 6, Ronghu South Road, Xiangshan district. In July 1979, the communes in Guilin city were abolished and four districts (county level) were set up, namely Xiangshan, Xiufeng, Diecai and Qixing. Xiangshan district has jurisdiction over the former Dongsheng and Yuejin communes, and the regional governance system has been restored. Xiangshan district is named after Xiangbi mountain. Its governance is located at No. 259 Zhongshan South Road (now Lingui Hotel), and it belongs to Guilin City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. In the same month, the suburbs were abolished, and now Pingshan street and Ertang township are directly under Guilin city. In 1982, Xiangshan district government moved to Weitang, Zhongshan South Road (now Xiangshan District procuratorate site). In June 1984, the suburb of Guilin was restored. Now Pingshan street and Ertang township are directly under the suburb of Guilin city. In December 1996, the division of Guilin city was adjusted, and the suburbs of Ertang Township, Tongxin village and Pingshan village of zhemu Town, and Anxin village of Chuanshan Township were included in Xiangshan district; the suburbs were renamed Yanshan District, and the district government was moved from Yiren road to No. 17, Jiangjun Road South Lane, Xiangshan District (temporary residence, moved to Yanshan town in December 2008). In August 1998, Guilin city and Guilin area merged to form a new Guilin City (prefecture level). The municipal government is located in the former Guilin city. On April 29, 2001, the gate of the municipal Party committee, the Municipal People's Congress and the municipal government was changed from 6 Ronghu road to 16 Wumei road. on July 12, 2014, Guilin municipal government moved from Wumei Road, Xiangshan District to 69 Xicheng Middle Road, Lingui district. Xiangshan district belongs to Guilin city of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. in January 2001, Xiangshan district government moved to No. 6, West 2nd Road around the city, and remained unchanged until December 2017.
In 2019, Xiangshan district has three streets, namely Nanmen Street, Xiangshan street and Pingshan street, and one Township, Ertang township. It has jurisdiction over 36 communities and 8 administrative villages. The district government is located at No. 6, Huancheng West 2nd Road, Nanmen Street, Guilin city. geographical environment
Xiangshan district is located in the central and southern part of Guilin City, 25 ° 07 ′ 47 ″ - 25 ° 16 ′ 42 ″ n, 110 ° 13 ′ 16 ″ - 110 ° 19 ′ 26 ″ e, 10.16 km wide from east to west and 16.50 km long from north to south. It is adjacent to Qixing district and Yanshan District in the East, Xiufeng District and Lingui County in the west, Yanshan District in the South and Xiufeng District in the north. The administrative boundary with Qixing district is 6.47 km long
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