Luyi County, formerly known as Kuxian County and Minglu County, belongs to Zhoukou City, Henan Province, and is directly under the jurisdiction of Henan Province. It is located in the northeast of Zhoukou City, It is between 33 ° 43'3 "and 34 ° 5'32" north latitude and 115 ° 2'55 "and 115 ° 37'50" east longitude. It is a temperate monsoon climate. It is located in the middle reaches of the Vortex River in the Huang Huai Plain and at the junction of Henan and Anhui provinces. It is a hub city connecting the Central Plains Economic Zone, the Wanjiang Economic Belt and the Yangtze River Delta, with a total area of 1238 square kilometers. According to the data of the seventh population census, as of 0:00 on November 1, 2020, Luyi County has a total resident population of 958617.
Luyi region originally belonged to the Li State of Yuzhou, and Kuxian County was established in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period; In June 1968, Luyi County belonged to Zhoukou District; In June 2000, Luyi County was changed to Zhoukou City. As of June 2020, Luyi County has jurisdiction over 4 streets, 13 towns and 7 townships. Luyi is the birthplace of Laozi, the founder of the Chinese Taoism School, and one of the birthplaces of Chinese Taoism; It has the culture of "Laozi's hometown, the source of Taoism, the ancestral court of Taoism, and the root of Li's surname". In November 2011, Luyi County was approved by the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and recorded as the "hometown of Chinese Laozi culture" by the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee. On February 28, 2012, Luyi County was included in the list of "National Model Cities for Double Support". On November 1, 2017, Luyi County was approved as a national garden city by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development.
In 2020, the gross output value of Luyi County will be 42.08 billion yuan, an increase of 2.9%.
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