jingzhou city

Jingzhou, also known as Jiangling and Ying Du in ancient times, is a prefectural city in Hubei Province. Approved by The State Council, Jingzhou is the central city of south-central Hubei and one of the transportation hubs in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The city has jurisdiction over 2 municipal districts, 4 county-level cities and 2 counties, with a total area of 14,100 square kilometers. According to the data of the seventh census, as of midnight on November 1, 2020, Jingzhou has a permanent population of 5,231,180 people. In 2020, the GDP of Jingzhou was 236.904 billion yuan.

Jingzhou is located in central China, central and southern Hubei, the middle reaches of the Yangtze River and the hinterland of Jianghan Plain. It is the seat of the capital of Chu in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period. It is one of the first 24 national historical and cultural cities announced by The State Council, one of China's outstanding tourist cities, national garden city, an important comprehensive transportation hub and a port city on the Yangtze River.

Jingzhou is a national historical and cultural city, a riverside city where ancient culture and modern civilization complement each other. "When Yu crossed Jiuzhou, Jingzhou was born." Jingzhou has a history of more than 3,000 years. Since 689 BC, Ji Nan Cheng, the capital of the State of Chu, has been the capital of six dynasties and 34 emperors. From Sun Shu 'ao, "the world's first official", to Zhang Juzheng, the first minister of the Ming Dynasty, a total of 138 prime ministers went out from Jingzhou. From the patriotic poet Qu Yuan to Li Bai and Du Fu, a large number of literati once recited poems in Jingzhou.

Chinese counties in jingzhou city

shishou county - level city
honghu county - level city
songzi county - level city
gongan county
jianli county
jiangling county

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