Ledu District Ledu district is the seat of Haidong municipal government of Qinghai Province. It was established on May 12, 1969. The district government is located in Haidong street.
It is located on the north and south sides of the middle reaches of Huangshui River in the northeast of Qinghai Province, adjacent to Ping'an District of Haidong city in the west, Minhe County in the East, Hualong County in the south, Qingsha mountain as the boundary, Huzhu County across the river in the north, Xining City in the west, and Lanzhou City in Gansu Province in the East.
The total area of 3050 square kilometers, 111 administrative villages, 7 communities. At the end of 2011, the population was 360200, with 15 ethnic groups including Tibetan, Qiang, Tu, Han and Hui, with the majority of Han nationality.
On September 25, 2018, it won the honorary title of "2018 e-commerce into rural comprehensive demonstration county" of the Ministry of Commerce. In October 2018, it won the national rural primary, secondary and tertiary industry integration development pilot zone. In November 2019, it will be selected as the second batch of counties (districts) that meet the water-saving society construction standards. In April 2020, Ledu district will withdraw from the sequence of poor counties.
Ledu has a long history and profound cultural origin. According to the cultural remains of the Neolithic age, more than 4000 years ago, our ancestors lived in this fertile land.
Before the Qin and Han Dynasties, Ledu belonged to the Qiang army. In the sixth year of Yuanding (111 BC), the Han Army entered the Huangshui River Valley, and Ledu area was included in the territory of the Han Dynasty. In the second year of shenjue (60bc), Emperor Xuandi of Han Dynasty set up poqiang County, which belongs to Jincheng county.
During the northern and Southern Dynasties, Nanliang established his country and established its capital as Ledu. In 526, Ledu County was changed to Shanzhou and Xidu county was transferred to Ledu.
In 598, Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty changed Xidu County into Huangshui County, which was subordinate to Shanzhou.
In the second year of Yifeng (677), Emperor Gaozong of Tang Dynasty, he set up the governor's office of Shanzhou, and led the military and political affairs of Shanzhou, Hezhou, Lanzhou and Kuo. In the second year of Kaiyuan (714), the Tang Dynasty set up Longyou Jiedu envoy in Shanzhou and governed 12 Longyou prefectures, making Ledu the political and economic center of Northwest China.
In Song Dynasty, it was called miaochuan, Huangzhou and lezhou.
In Yuan Dynasty, Ledu belonged to Xining.
In the Ming Dynasty, Nianbo Wei and Xining Wei were established successively, and Nianbo youqianhusuo was changed into Nianbo County in the third year of Yongzheng reign of the Qing Dynasty.
In 1929, Qinghai Province was established, and Nianbo county was changed into Ledu County, which is subordinate to Qinghai Province.
After the founding of the people's Republic of China, it is still called Ledu County. On June 9, 1979, Haidong district was designated, and the county government was stationed in Gucheng street, Nianbo town.
On March 19, 2001, Qinghai provincial government issued the reply of Qingzheng Letter No. 20: Yurun Township, shoule Township, Gaodian Township and Hongshui Township were abolished; Yurun Town, shoule town (the town government's residence was moved to tuguankou Village), Gaodian town and Hongshui town were established respectively. By the end of 2001, Ledu County had jurisdiction over 8 towns, 12 townships, 3 ethnic townships, 8 neighborhood committees and 369 administrative villages. On November 16, 2002, Qinghai provincial government approved the incorporation of taohongying Township into Putai township.
In 2005, Ledu County governs 8 towns and 14 townships (including 3 ethnic townships): Nianbo Town, Ganggou Town, Gaomiao Town, Qutan Town, Hongshui Town, Yurun Town, Gaodian Town, shoule Town, Xiaying Tibetan Township, Chengtai Township, fengdui Township, Dala Tu Township, Gonghe Township, Qinren Township, Yinsheng Township, Zhongling Township, Li Township, Luhua Township, Maying Township, Machang Township, Zhongba Tibetan Township and Putai township.
In August 2006, Ganggou town was abolished and merged into Nianbo town (the town government moved to the original residence of Ganggou town); Qinren township was abolished and merged into Qutan town; Yinsheng township was abolished and merged into shoule town. After the adjustment, the county governs 7 towns and 12 townships (including 3 ethnic townships).
According to the sixth census in 2010, there are 260184 permanent residents in Ledu County, including 75934 in Nianbo Town, 14515 in Yurun Town, 22227 in shoule Town, 23398 in Gaomiao Town, 16095 in Hongshui Town, 8388 in Gaodian Town, 18601 in Quchang Town, 7473 in Gonghe Township, 5823 in Zhongling Township, 8132 in Li Township, 3635 in Xiaying Tibetan Township, 7516 in Luhua Township, 10189 in Maying Township and 3699 in Machang township There are 11803 in Putai Township, 6689 in Zhongba Tibetan Township, 5102 in fengdui Township, 3656 in Chengtai Township and 7309 in dalatu township.
On February 8, 2013, the State Council (guohan No. 23) approved the abolition of Haidong region and Ledu County and the establishment of prefecture level Haidong city. Haidong Municipal People's government is stationed at No. 10 Haidong Avenue, Ledu district. Ledu district is set up in Haidong City, and the former administrative region of Ledu County is the administrative region of Ledu district. Ledu District People's government is located at No. 50, Gucheng street, Nianbo town.
In April 2020, Ledu district will withdraw from the sequence of poor counties.
The district has jurisdiction over 1 Street, 7 towns, 12 townships, 354 administrative villages and 7 residents' committees, including Gaomiao Town, Nianbo Town, Hongshui Town, Yurun town and Gaodian town in chuanshui area and Haidong street; shoule Town, Dala Tu Township, Gonghe Township, Zhongling Township, Li Township, Maying Township, Luhua Township and Machang Township in Beishan area; Qutan Town, Zhongba Tibetan Township, Zhongba Tibetan Township in Nanshan area Xiaying Tibetan Township, Putai Township, fengdui Township, Chengtai Township 6 townships (towns).
The town is under the jurisdiction of Ledu District, Haidong City, Qinghai Province. It is one of the vegetable production bases in Shandong Province. It is located in the middle of the area, on the North Bank of Huangshui River. It has a population of 60000 and an area of 177 square kilometers. It has jurisdiction over Xigang, taomajia, shuimowan, Qilidian, majiatai, Lijia, xiongshenjia, xiajiaochang, shangjiaochang, Donggang, Jiawan, Tuqiao, tangguanying, Chaojia, Zhaojiazhuang, xiejiayawan, gaojiazhuang, jiuhajia, beimenyi, beimener, Xiazhai, Shangzhai, Bajia, xujiashagou, xialijia, yangjiamen, dongmenxiang, Dongguan, Hemen street, Chengzhong, Ximen and Dengzhong Jiazhuang, Hewan, Qianzhuang, Houzhuang, Dongzhuang, Houying, Huangjia, Wangjia, Sujia, Baliqiao, Shaba village committee and Chengzhong, Dongguan, Ximen, dongmenxiang, diesel engine factory five neighborhood committees. At the beginning of the Republic of China, it was attached to the city. It was built in 1931, renamed Nianbo town in 1945, established Nianbo commune in 1958, and reestablished Nianbo town in 1984. It is located in the plain of Huangshui Valley and the north side of hills and valleys. The main industries are commerce, construction and service. Agriculture is mainly wheat and vegetable cultivation, with active market and developed economy. LAN (Zhou) Qing (HAI) railway, Gan (Su) Qing (HAI) highway across the territory. There are provincial cultural relics protection units such as Xilai temple and Guandi temple built in Ming Dynasty.
Ledu District, Haidong City, Qinghai Province. It is located in the east of the District, 15 kilometers away from the residence of the district government. It has a population of 25000, mainly Han, Hui, Mongolian, Tu and so on. It covers an area of 130.2 square kilometers. It has jurisdiction over 21 village committees, including Xicun, Dongcun, Langjia, Laoya, chaomajia, baiyazi, pujiadun, dryland Bay, Xiagou, Changli, Liuwan, duanbaozi, Xinsheng, Dalu, lijiakou, Baojia, tianpujia, simozhuang, Xinzhuang, zhamen and naozhuang. Gaomiao town was established at the beginning of the Republic of China. In 1950, Gaomiao town was still established. In 1958, Gaomiao commune was established. In 1984, Gaomiao town was established again. It is located in the Huangshui Valley and the north side of the mountain and valley. The main industries are building materials, transportation and the third industry. The agriculture is mainly wheat, fruit and vegetable. It is rich in sand fruits, prickly ash, apples and so on.
Ledu District, Haidong City, Qinghai Province. It is located in the south of the District, 21 kilometers away from the residence of the district government. The population is 23000, mainly Han nationality and Tibetan nationality. It covers an area of 308 square kilometers. Center, Longguo, Hanjia, chaojiayaozhuang, zhoujiadazhuang, kouzi, Hongzhuang, shengjiazhuang, Zhongzhuang, Yangpo, yinpo, Chelu, dashitan, dashuzhuang, naozhuang, qijiashan, yangjiahekou, duanjiazhuang, weijiahekou, Chaojia, Hewan, Xinlian, Taiyan, shipogou, langshang, Langxia, Jiaoying, duobaying, guanlongwan, longzhangou, Xieshang, xiexiaoxia, Xiezhong Xiegoumen, Motai, xujiatai, Hexi village committee. In the Republic of China, Qutan township was established. In 1950, Qutan township was established along the old system. In 1958, Qutan commune was established. In 1984, Qutan township was established again. In 1998, Qutan town was established. It is located in the south of Huangshui valley. It is rich in mineral resources such as iron, pyrite, Ming iron and asbestos. The main industries are transportation, commerce and processing. Wheat, highland barley and rape are the main agricultural crops. There are natural forests, broad Grass Mountain, producing cordyceps sinensis, Astragalus and other medicinal materials. Tongqu Township Road, convenient transportation. Qutan temple, a national cultural relic protection unit built in Ming Dynasty, imitates the architectural style of the Forbidden City in Beijing and is an ideal tourist attraction.
Ledu District, Haidong City, Qinghai Province. Located in the west of the District, 10 kilometers away from the residence of the district government, the residence is Hanzhuang village. It has a population of 17000, mainly Han nationality, as well as Mongolian, Turkish and Tibetan Nationalities. It covers an area of 125.3 square kilometers. It has jurisdiction over 10 village committees including Hanzhuang, Dadiwan, xiaxingyuan, shangxingyuan, Yangquan, dieergou, hongpo, Liujia, Huangtan and Shengou. Yurun township was set up in the Republic of China. In 1950, Yurun township was set up along the old system. In 1958, it was incorporated into Hanzhuang commune. In 1961, Yurun commune was set up separately. In 1984, Yurun township was set up again. In 2001, Yurun town was set up. It is located in Huangshui valley. The mineral deposits include gypsum and marble. The main industries are processing, transportation and building materials. Agriculture is mainly wheat, vegetables and fruits. Garlic is famous for its high quality and good taste. LAN (Zhou) Qing (HAI) railway, Gan (Su) Qing (HAI) highway across the border, convenient transportation. Wayaozui cemetery in Hanzhuang village belongs to Majiayao type, Machang type and Qijia culture, which is a provincial cultural relic protection unit.
Ledu District, Haidong City, Qinghai Province. It is located in the north of the District, 20 km away from the residence of the district government. The population is 28000, mainly Han nationality
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