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Lanxi, Zhejiang

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lanxi

兰溪市
Juren Tower in memorial of Cao Juren [zh] (曹聚仁) on the top of Mountain Hengfeng, lying in the southwest of downtown Lanxi
Juren Tower in memorial of Cao Juren [zh] (曹聚仁) on the top of Mountain Hengfeng, lying in the southwest of downtown Lanxi
Lanxi is located in Zhejiang
Lanxi
Lanxi
Location in Zhejiang
Coordinates: 29°12′29″N 119°27′29″E / 29.208°N 119.458°E / 29.208; 119.458[1]
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceZhejiang
Prefecture-level cityJinhua
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Lanxi
Simplified Chinese兰溪
Traditional Chinese蘭谿

Lanxi, formerly known as Lanchi and Lanki, is a county-level city under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Jinhua in Zhejiang Province, China.

The city executive, legislature and judiciary are at Lanjiang Subdistrict (兰江街道), together with the CPC and PSB branches. The town lies on the Lan River (Lanjiang), a tributary of the Fuchun River, both north-flowing; the Fuchun River empties into Hangzhou Bay.

Demographics

The city's population was estimated (1999) at approximately 104,000 inhabitants.

Night skyline
Night skyline

The population was around 666,700 in 2013. Now is around 660,000 (2017).

Administration

Towns (; zhèn)

  • Huangdian (黄店)
  • Zhuge (诸葛)
  • Majian (馬澗)
  • Youbu (游埠)

Notice that Lanjiang Zhen had been cancelled and changed into Lanjiang Jiedao.

Subdistricts (街道; jiēdào)

  • Lanjiang (兰江)
  • Chixi (赤溪)
  • Nyubu (女埠)

Notice that some of the area of Nyvbu had been accepted by Lanjiang Jiedao.

  • Yunshan (云山)
  • Yongchang (永昌)
  • Shanghua (上华)

Townships (; xiāng)

  • Shuiting She Ethnic Township (水亭畲族乡)

Famous Villages

References

  1. ^ "81 Fu Qian Lu". Google Maps. Retrieved 13 June 2018.

External links

This page was last edited on 6 February 2019, at 19:24
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