Gan County

Gan County, under the jurisdiction of Xianyang City, Shanxi Province, is located in the west of Xianyang City, east of Liquan County, south of Xingping City, Wugong County, Baoji City Fufeng County, west of Yongshou County, Linyou County, an area of 1002.71 square kilometers. As of October 2022, Gan County has jurisdiction over 1 subdistrict and 15 towns. By the end of 2021, the total registered population of Qianxian County was 582,442.

Qianxian County, is the location of Emperor Gaozong Li Zhi and Empress Wu Zetian's joint burial tomb Qianling, is the ancient "Silk Road" on the business town. [9] Early people lived here in the Neolithic Age. Xia, for the Yongzhou region. Twelve years after Duke Xiao of Qin (350 BC) placed the good Zhi County. The new Dynasty was renamed Hao Yi. In two years of the Republic of China (1913), it was changed to dry county, under the Guanzhong Road. Thirty-eight years of the Republic of China (1949) in May, dry county liberation, under the Shanxi-Gansu-Ningxia border region Bin County division. In 1984, Qian County under Xianyang City. On December 16, 2019, Gan County was awarded "China's Best Destination for Research and Tourism and China's Most Influential County for Cultural Tourism".

In 2021, the GDP of Qianxian County was 17.581 billion yuan, and the per capita disposable income of residents was 24,588 yuan.

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