Feixiang district belongs to Handan City, Hebei Province. It borders Guangping County in the East, Cheng'an County in the south, Hanshan District in the west, Yongnian District, Congtai district and Quzhou County in the north. It is between 114 ° 37 ′ - 115 ° 01 ′ E and 36 ° 29 ′ - 36 ° 40 ′ n, with a total area of 503 square kilometers. Feixiang was called Feiyi in ancient times. The name of the district originated from Feiyi, the Prime Minister of Zhao state in the Warring States period. Feixiang was first established in 221, the second year of the Wei and Huang dynasties in the Three Kingdoms.
In 2018, Feixiang District governs 5 towns and 4 townships. In 2017, 409 thousand and 302 people registered residence in Feixiang, and realized GDP of 11 billion 6 million 180 thousand yuan. Among them, the first industry added value was 3 billion 41 million 830 thousand yuan, the second industry added value was 4 billion 769 million 410 thousand yuan, the third industry added value was 3 billion 194 million 940 thousand yuan, and the per capita GDP reached 29819 yuan.
In Feixiang District, there are three provincial-level cultural relics protection units, namely, the tomb of Zhaosheng in Pingyuan, one of the "four gentlemen" of the Warring States period, and the tomb of doumo and Shengjing.
On September 29, 2018, the Hebei provincial government issued a notice officially approving Feixiang district to withdraw from the sequence of poverty-stricken counties.
Today's Feixiang area belongs to Wei first in the spring and Autumn period, then to Jin, returned to Zhao in the Warring States period, and Handan County in Qin Dynasty. In the Warring States period, Zhao Huiwen, the king, bestowed the territory of Feixiang district on him in order to praise Feiyi, the prime minister who died for his country.
In the Western Han Dynasty, Lieren county was set up in the northeast of the region, belonging to Guangping state. In the second year of Zhenghe (91 BC), the Marquis Pei was established in the southwest. In the third year of Dijie (67 BC), the Marquis state of Hangou was established in the northwest, and the two Marquis States belonged to Wei county.
At the time of Xinmang, Lieren county was changed to liezhi County, which was Peiwei county.
In the Eastern Han Dynasty, the feudal states of Shi and Hangou were abolished, and liezhi county was renamed Lieren County; in the 13th year of Jianwu (37th year), it was changed into Julu County; in the 17th year of Jian'an (212th year), it was changed into Wei county.
In 221, the second year of the Wei and Huang dynasties in the Three Kingdoms period, Feixiang County was established in the area of Lieren and Hangou county. It belongs to Guangping county with Lieren county.
In the third year (442) of Taiping Zhenjun in the Northern Wei Dynasty, Zhangxian county was merged into Lieren County; in the 20th year (496) of Taihe, Lieren county was divided into Zhangxian county.
In 534, Feixiang County was merged into Linzhang County, belonging to Wei county.
In the Northern Qi Dynasty, Lieren county was abolished.
In 590, the city wall of Tucheng was built in Feixiang.
In 607, Feixiang and Qingzhang belonged to Wu'an county.
In 618, Feixiang County was changed to Zizhou.
Feixiang County in the Five Dynasties belonged to Mingzhou.
In Song Dynasty, Feixiang County belonged to Mingzhou, Hebei West Road.
Jin, Feixiang County is located in minzhou, Hebei West Road. In the seventh year of Tianhui (963), Feixiang County led Xin'an town.
Yuan, Feixiang County is Guangping Road, Zhongshu province.
In the Ming Dynasty, Feixiang County belonged to Guangping Prefecture, the capital; in 1501, the county was flooded. After the flood receded, levees were built outside the city. In 1552, a turret was built on the city wall and 40 drainage ditches were excavated to solve the drainage problem of the county. In 1639, a large-scale reconstruction of the city wall was carried out. All the walls were built with specially made bricks, with a total of 118 steps around five li.
In Qing Dynasty, Feixiang County belonged to Guangping Prefecture of Zhili Province. In 1661, Feixiang built an urn with four gates: Yuchuan in the East, Yanghe in the south, Yong'an in the north and Changle in the West.
In 1913, Feixiang County belonged to the Southern Hebei road of Zhili Province.
In 1914, it was changed to damingdao.
In 1928, it belonged to Hebei Province.
In May 1936, the Anti Japanese democratic government of Feixiang County was established, under the Anti Japanese military and political Commission of Southern Hebei, and later under the office of the chief executive of Southern Hebei.
In 1937, it was the 16th supervision district of Hebei Province. On October 18 of the same year (September 15 of the lunar calendar), the Japanese invaders occupied the county seat and established the puppet regime.
On May 31, 1938, the Anti Japanese democratic government of Feixiang County was established, which belonged to the Anti Japanese military and Political Committee of Southern Hebei and later to the office of the chief executive of Southern Hebei. In August, it was the second office of the South Hebei high commissioner; soon, it was the third office of the South Hebei high commissioner.
On November 15, 1945, Feixiang County was liberated.
In May 1948, it belonged to the third office of the people's Government of North China in Southern Hebei.
In August 1949, it belonged to Handan area of Hebei Provincial People's government.
In October 1958, Feixiang County was merged into Quzhou County, and some areas were merged into Yongnian County.
In May 1960, Quzhou belonged to Handan city.
In June 1961, Feixiang County was separated from Quzhou County and its organizational system was restored.
In 1970, it belongs to Handan area.
In 1993, it belongs to Handan city.
In 2013, Xin'an town was abolished and Xin'an town was established (jiminhan 176). After the adjustment, it has jurisdiction over three towns and six townships: Fei Township, Tiantaishan Town, Xin'an Town, daxihan Township, maoyanbao Township, Yuangu Township, tunzhuangying Township, dongzhangbao Township and Jiudian township.
In 2015, daxihan township was abolished and dasishang town was established (jiminhan 176).
On the afternoon of September 30, 2016, the State Council issued the reply of the State Council on approving Hebei Province to adjust some administrative divisions of Handan City, which agreed to cancel Feixiang County and establish Feixiang District of Handan City, with the former administrative region of Feixiang County as the administrative region of Feixiang district.
Feixiang County was founded in 221, the second year of the Wei and Huang dynasties. In history, Feixiang County has been abolished twice; the smallest territory is only half of the current territory, and the largest territory has nearly two areas of current jurisdiction; the largest division is 42 administrative townships, and the least is 3 administrative districts.
In 221, the Feixiang region was composed of the Houguo of Hangou and the west of Lieren county.
In 534, Feixiang County was merged into Linzhang county.
In 590, Feixiang County was restored. In 596, Zhangxian county was established in Qing Dynasty.
In 843, Zhangxian county was merged into Feixiang County.
By the Ming, Qing and Republic of China dynasties, Feixiang region was "80 Li from east to west and 40 Li from south to north." Its four directions are as follows: "35 Li from the boundary of lilinbao in Handan in the west, 15 Li from the boundary of wuguanying (also known as wuguansi, now Dianshang) in Cheng'an County in the south, 35 Li from the boundary of libaiying in Guangping County in the East, and 28 Li from dayoucun (now Quzhou County) in Yongnian County in the north."
In February 1940, Handan Yongnian Feixiang border region was established. In October, the Hanyong fat border region was abolished. Yongfei (township) was established (later changed to gongcen county). At this time, the territory of Feixiang County was only half of the current territory, which was the smallest period in the history of Feixiang County.
In March 1943, the office of Cifei (county) was established.
In August 1944, gongcen county was abolished and incorporated into Feixiang County.
In August 1944, 24 villages in the Second District of Feixiang County were assigned to Yongnian County.
In August 1945, Cifei county was abolished, and the original villages of Feixiang County were under the jurisdiction of Cifei county.
In July 1947, the Sixth District of Feixiang County was assigned to Yongnian County.
On July 30, 1958, Guangping county was merged into Feixiang County. This is the largest period in the history of Feixiang County. In October, Feixiang County was abolished and merged into Quzhou County. On June 1, 1961, the organizational system of Feixiang County was restored.
On March 1, 1962, Guangping county was separated from Feixiang County, and then Zhao village and Jishan village were divided back to Feixiang County. Since then, the boundary, shape and area of Feixiang region have not changed.
On September 30, 2016, the organizational system of Feixiang County was abolished and Feixiang District of Handan city was established. The former administrative division of Feixiang County was taken as the administrative division of Feixiang district. The people's Government of Feixiang district is located in Nanguan, Feixiang Township, which is located at No.1 east of Guang'an Road. It has jurisdiction over five towns and four townships: Feixiang Township, Tiantaishan Town, Xin'an Town, dasishang Town, dongzhangbao Town, maoyanbao Township, Yuangu Township, tunzhuangying Township and Jiudian township.
Current situation of regionalization
By 2018, Feixiang district has jurisdiction over 5 towns and 4 townships. Feixiang District People's government is located at No. 1, Guang'an East Road, Feixiang township.
Feixiang district is located in the south of Hebei Province, in the east of Handan City, bordering Guangping County in the East, Cheng'an County in the south, Hanshan District in the west, Yongnian District, Congtai district and Quzhou County in the north. The west end of the area is 9 kilometers away from the main urban area of Handan and 30 kilometers away from Handan airport. It is between 114 ° 37 ′ - 115 ° 01 ′ E and 36 ° 29 ′ - 36 ° 40 ′ n, with a total area of 503 square kilometers.
Feixiang district is located in the south of North China Plain. The geological structure is located in the North China fault depression (grade II) of Sino Korean paraplatform (grade I), Linqing platform depression (grade II) and Qiuxian Feixiang fault depression (grade IV). According to oil drilling, in Feixiang area, the pre tertiary bedrock may take Feixiang County as the main body and be affected by guantaoxi fault, which is characterized by unilateral fault asymmetric syncline. The sedimentary center of the depression is 15 km southeast of Feixiang. It is inferred that the thickness of Es3 member of Dongying Formation is about 1500 meters. The Quaternary strata in Feixiang are thick, and no bedrock is exposed in the whole area.
In the geocenozoic, the lower Tertiary is the main target strata for oil exploration in North China and this area. The thickness of quaternary system is 1700m, which is groundwater storage system. The specific exposure of the drilling of the two series geology in Feixiang is: Dongying Formation of Oligocene of Lower Tertiary: the lithology is dark red, brown red, gray green mudstone
Chinese PinYin : He Bei Sheng Han Dan Shi Fei Xiang Qu
Release Time:2021-03-06 09:52:27
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