Feixi County Feixi County, subordinate to Hefei City, Anhui Province, is located in the central part of Anhui Province, southwest of Hefei City, east of Shushan district and Baohe District of Hefei City, facing Chaohu City across Chaohu Lake, west of Lu'an City, south of Shucheng county and Lujiang County along fengle River, north of Shouxian county and Changfeng County. The county is high in the northwest and low in the southeast, with subtropical humid monsoon climate, four distinct seasons and abundant rainfall. It covers a total area of 1695.41 square kilometers and governs 8 towns and 4 townships. By 2019, the permanent population of Feixi County is 790100.
Feixi County is named for its location in the west of Hefei. It is known as "the hometown of Huaijun, the hometown of flowers and trees, and the Pearl of Chaohu Lake". It is a sub central city in the southwest of the main urban area of Hefei. It is connected with the new lakeside District, High-tech Zone, economic development zone, Science City, and new administrative and Cultural District of Hefei. It is an important part of the construction of a modern central city of Hefei. The territory is rich in tourism resources, with Zipeng Mountain, the National Forest Park "the first famous mountain in Luyang", in the middle, Chaohu Lake, one of China's five major freshwater lakes in the East, and Sanhe ancient town, a millennium water town, a 5A scenic spot in the south.
In 2020, the GDP of Feixi County will reach 87.02 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 5.7% at comparable prices. By industry, the added value of the primary industry was 6.19 billion yuan, an increase of 1.4%; the added value of the secondary industry was 35.98 billion yuan, an increase of 6.2%; the added value of the tertiary industry was 44.84 billion yuan, an increase of 5.7%.
During the Shang and Zhou dynasties, Feixi was the place of Huaiyi. In the Western Zhou Dynasty, there were "Hufang" in the north, Qunshu tribe in the South and "Liuguo" in the West.
In the spring and Autumn period, Feixi was a place where Wu and Chu fought. During the Warring States period, it belonged to the state of Chu.
In the Qin Dynasty, there were 36 counties in the world, and Feixi belonged to Jiujiang county.
In the early Han Dynasty, Feixi belonged to Jiujiang kingdom of yingbu and Huainan kingdom of Liu Chang and Liu An. In 122 B.C. (the first year of Emperor Wu's Yuanshou), the world was divided into 13 states, Yangzhou to the south of the Huaihe River; the kingdom of Huainan was abolished and Jiujiang county was set up; counties were set up under the county, Hefei county to the southeast of Feixi and Chengde County to the Northwest. In the Eastern Han Dynasty, Feixi belonged to Hou state of Hefei and Chengde County.
During the Three Kingdoms period, Hefei and Chengde belonged to Huainan County of Wei state, and the governor of Yangzhou of Cao Wei was stationed in Hefei.
In the Western Jin Dynasty, Hefei and Chengde all belong to Huainan County of Yangzhou. In the Eastern Jin Dynasty, Chengde County was abandoned, and its land was divided into Shouxian county and Hefei county.
During the northern and Southern Dynasties, the northern and southern regimes occupied the Yangtze and Huaihe rivers repeatedly, and their ownership changed frequently, but Feixi mainly belonged to the Southern Dynasties.
In Song Dynasty, Hefei overseas Chinese set up Ruyin county and Ruyin County in South Henan Province. In Qi Dynasty, Hefei was still made in Song Dynasty. In the early Liang Dynasty, Hefei was occupied by the Northern Wei Dynasty. In 506, Hefei returned to Liang and successively established Yuzhou and southern Yuzhou. The counties were still under the system of Song Dynasty and Qi Dynasty. In the first year of Liang Taiqing (547), southern Yuzhou moved to Shouyang, and Hefei was changed into Hezhou, which governed the area from Hefei to Jiangbei. In the third year of the Qing Dynasty, Hezhou was occupied by the Eastern Wei Dynasty. In 573, Emperor Chen Xuandi joined Chen in Hezhou. The counties are still the same. After the abolition of Ruyin County, Ruyin county belongs to Hezhou Beichen county. In 579, Hezhou was occupied by the Northern Zhou Dynasty.
In the Sui Dynasty, Hezhou was changed to Luzhou. The name of Luzhou came from Lujiang County in the Han and Jin Dynasties. Beichen county and Ruyin county were abandoned, and Hefei county was restored to Luzhou. In the third year of Daye, Luzhou was changed into Lujiang County.
In the early Tang Dynasty, Lujiang County was changed to Luzhou; in the first year of Zhenguan (627), there were ten roads in the country, and Luzhou belonged to Huainan road; in the first year of Tianbao (742), Luzhou was changed to Lujiang County; in the first year of Qianyuan (758), Luzhou was changed to prefecture. It belongs to Hefei county.
During the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, Hefei belonged to Wu, Nan Tang and Hou Zhou successively.
In Song Dynasty, Luzhou was under Huainan road and later changed to Huainan road. In 1072, Huainan road was divided into East Road and West Road. Luzhou belonged to Huainan West Road and was subordinate to Baoxin army. There are duanzhai, Shannan and Xincang towns in Feixi. In the Southern Song Dynasty, Huaixi made envoys stationed in Luzhou, which belonged to Hefei county.
In the Yuan Dynasty, Huaixi general manager's office was first set up in Hefei, and soon it was changed to Luzhou Road, which belongs to Huaixi river north road. Later, Luzhou road was established as a province in Jiangbei, Henan Province. In Feixi, there was an inspection department of Changcheng Town, which was abolished in the Ming Dynasty.
In Ming Dynasty, Liang county was merged into Hefei county. Hefei was established as a province of Jianghuai at the beginning, retreated and led by nanzhili.
In the early Qing Dynasty, Hefei County of Luzhou Prefecture was subordinate to Jiangnan province. In 1667, it was divided into Anhui Province. Hefei county is under its jurisdiction. In the 36th year of Qianlong (1771), Feixi set up an official pavilion to inspect Xixiang and Qingyang to inspect Nanxiang.
In 1912, Hefei county was directly under Anhui Province. In the fourth year of the Republic of China (1915), the road was set up. Hefei belongs to Anqing road. In the eighteenth year of the Republic of China (1929), the road was withdrawn. In 1933, there were three special districts in Hefei county. In June 1938, Hefei county was occupied by the Japanese army, and the county government moved to pigeon cage polder in Qianshan township of Feixi.
In 1945, after the victory of the Anti Japanese War, the county government moved to Feicheng. At the end of December, 1948, Feixi democratic county government was established in yangxinwei. Feixi County was established under the leadership of the three prefectural committees of the Communist Party of China in West Anhui. In April 1949, the northern Anhui administrative office was established in Hefei. Feixi County democratic government was renamed Feixi County democratic government, directly under the northern Anhui administrative office. In June, the county democratic government moved to shangpaihe town. In addition, Sanhe Town was set up as a city after liberation in January 1949, belonging to Chaohu district.
In October 1949, the democratic government of Feixi County was renamed the people's Government of Feixi County. In 1950, Feixi County was subordinate to Chaohu District of Northern Anhui administrative office; in April, Sanhe was divided into districts and merged into Feixi County. In February 1952, Feixi County was transferred to Lu'an special district of Northern Anhui administrative office. In August 1952, the administrative offices of southern and Northern Anhui were merged to form the people's Government of Anhui Province. Feixi County was subordinate to Lu'an special district of Anhui Province. In September 1958, Feixi County was designated as Hefei city. In April 1961, Feixi County was again assigned to Lu'an district. In July 1983, Feixi County returned to Hefei.
In 1948, Hefei county was located in Feixi County. Feixi County governs: SHANGPAI Town, Sanhe Town, Huagang Town, Gaoliu Town, Guanting Town, Xiaomiao Town, Shannan town, fengle town, Taohua Town, Nongxing Town, Xincang Town, FeiGuang Township, Changgang Township, Gaodian Township, Juxing Township, Yandun Township, Beizhang Township, Yuandian Township, Sunji Township, Yandian Township, Qingping Township, Dabai Township, Jinniu Township, Jinqiao Township, Hongqiao Township, Sihe Township, Donggang Township, Liuhe Township Shishugang Township, jiangxiadian Township, nanfenlu Township, fanghu Township, Nangang Township, Leima Township, chengxiqiao Township, Hedong Township, Qingshan Township, Hongdian township.
In 1998, Feixi County governs 12 towns, 19 townships, 27 neighborhood committees and 560 village committees: (the rest are missing) Beizhang Township, shishugang Township, Yuandian Township, Sunji Township, Yandian Township, Qingping Township, Dabai Township, Jinniu Township, Hongqiao Township, Sihe Township, Donggang Township, Jinqiao Township and Liuhe Township. It has an area of 2186 square kilometers and a population density of 433 people / square kilometers.
In 2000, Feixi County governed 12 towns and 19 townships.
In 2002, Feixi County governed 12 towns and 19 townships: SHANGPAI Town, Sanhe Town, Taohua Town, Huagang Town, Gaoliu Town, Guanting Town, Xiaomiao Town, Shannan town, fengle town, Nangang Town, Nongxing Town, Xincang Town, Changgang Town, Gaodian Town, jiangxiadian Town, nanfenlu Town, Juxing Town, Yandun Town, Beizhang Town, shishugang Town, Yuandian Town, Sunji Town, Yandian Town, Qingping Town, Dabai town Township, Jinniu Township, Hongqiao Township, Sihe Township, Donggang Township, Jinqiao Township, Liuhe Township.
In 2004, the number of towns in Feixi County was adjusted from 31 to 29: Qingping township was merged into Sanhe Town, and Beizhang township was merged into Shangpai town. After the adjustment, the permanent resident population of Shangpai town is 129000, and the floating population is more than 150000. By the end of 2004, Feixi County had jurisdiction over 12 towns and 17 townships.
In 2013, Feixi County governs 9 towns and 4 townships: SHANGPAI Town, Sanhe Town, Taohua Town, Huagang Town, Gaoliu town (entrusted by Hejing District), Guanting Town, Shannan town (merged by Jinniu Township and Hongqiao township), fengle town, Zipeng Town, Gaodian Township, Mingchuan Township, shishugang Township and Yandian township. There is one development zone and two cooperation zones. There are 14 townships, 2 management committees, 295 villages, 29 neighborhood committees and 10 communities in the county, with a total of 334 grassroots autonomous organizations.
In March 2014, Gaoliu town was officially assigned to Shushan district and entrusted to Hefei Economic and Technological Development Zone. After the adjustment, Feixi County has jurisdiction over 8 towns and 4 townships: SHANGPAI Town, Sanhe Town, Taohua Town, Huagang Town, Guanting Town, Shannan town, fengle town, Zipeng Town, Gaodian Town, Mingchuan Town, shishugang town and Yandian town.
In 2019, Feixi County has 8 towns (SHANGPAI Town, Guanting Town, Zipeng Town, Shannan town, Huagang Town, fengle town, Sanhe Town, Taohua town), 4 townships (Gaodian Township, Mingchuan Township, shishugang Township, Yandian township), 152 villages and 128 communities (including 38 urban communities and 90 rural communities), with a total of 280 grassroots autonomous organizations. Feixi County government is located in Shangpai town.
Feixi County is located in the southwest of Hefei City, with east longitude of 116 ° 40 ′ 52 ″ - 117 ° 21 ′ 39 ″, and north latitude of 31 ° 30 ′ 22 ″ - 32 ° 00 ′ 21 ″. It is adjacent to Shushan district and Baohe District of Hefei City in the East, Chaohu City across Chaohu Lake; Lu'an City in the West; Shucheng county and Lujiang County along fengle River in the South; Shouxian county and Changfeng County in the north, with a total area of 1695.41 square kilometers.
Feixi County is widely covered by Quaternary soil deposits. Only in the central and western parts of the county, there are many bedrock outcrops, covering an area of about 300 square kilometers. Most of the area is Meso Cenozoic continental
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