Daye, a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Hubei Province and administered by Huangshi City, is located in the southeast of Hubei Province, on the south bank of the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, adjacent to Ezhou and Xianning, and bordering the provincial capital Wuhan in the west. The land spans east longitude 114°31 '-- 115°20', north latitude 29°40 '-- 30°15', with a total area of 1566 square kilometers. According to the results of the seventh national census, as of midnight on November 1, 2020, the permanent population of Daye was 871,214. In 2021, Daye achieved a GDP of 75.112 billion yuan, an increase of 14.4% over the previous year. It is an important node city in the core area of Wuhan metropolitan area with "Wue Huanghuang" as the core, an important node city in the urban agglomeration in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, an important node in Wue Huanghuang international comprehensive transportation hub, and an important node in Optical Valley Science and Technology Innovation Corridor.
Daye has a history of nearly 4,000 years of mining and metallurgy, and a history of more than 1,000 years of county construction. In the fifth year of Song Kande (AD 967), when Li Yu was the Lord of the Southern Tang Dynasty, he analyzed the three townships of Wuchang County and merged with Qingshan Yard to set up a new county. According to the words of "Zhuangzi · Grand Master", "Heaven and earth are furnaces, and nature is Daye", it was named Daye County in the sense of "Daxing Furnace and Ye". Known as the "hundred miles of gold, Jiangnan Cornucopia" reputation.
Daye is the birthplace of Chinese bronze culture. More than 3,000 years ago, the Chinese ancestors mined and smelted copper in Daye, creating the bronze civilization. The Tonglushan ancient copper mine site, known as "the ninth Wonder of the world", has been included in the National Archaeological Site Park Project and the preparatory list of "World Cultural Heritage", and won the Guinness World Record for "the longest continuous mining of ancient copper mine". So far, it is an ancient copper mine site with the longest mining duration, the largest mining and smelting scale, the most complete mining and smelting chain, the highest mining and smelting technology level, and the best and most complete preservation. Sifangtang site of Tonglushan Mountain was selected as one of China's Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries in 2015. It has won the title of National Civilized City, National Garden City, Hometown of Chinese Ancient Architecture, thousand-year-old Ancient County of Chinese Place Name Cultural Heritage, and the Top 100 counties of Sadie.
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