Wuchuan, a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Guangdong Province and managed by Zhanjiang City, is located in the southwest of Guangdong Province, adjacent to Dianbai District of Maoming City in the east, the South China Sea in the south, Lianjiang City in the west, Potou District of Zhanjiang City in the southwest, Huazhou City and Maonan District of Maoming City in the north, with a total area of 858.1 square kilometers. As of 2019, Wuchuan has a total of 5 streets and 10 towns under its jurisdiction. According to the data of the seventh census, the permanent resident population of Wuchuan was 907354 as of 0:00 on November 1, 2020.
Wuchuan is located in the lower reaches of Jianjiang River, the largest river in western Guangdong. The urban area is surrounded by the river on three sides and the sea on one side. The city (county) boundary is 53 kilometers long from east to west and 45 kilometers wide from north to south. The terrain is high in the north and low in the south. The main stream of Jianjiang River enters from Shining, Huazhou, from north to south. It flows through Meilu and turns into the Wuyang sand corner and swirls out of the South China Sea. The plains on both sides of Jianjiang River are open, fertile fields and fertile fields. The geographical location is full of water resources and rainfall. It is a riverside city facing the.
Wuchuan has a long history and profound cultural heritage. Pingding County (the predecessor of Wuchuan County) was established in the reign of Song Yuanjia (424~453) and was subordinate to Gaoliang County; In the ninth year of the Kaihuang reign of the Sui Dynasty (589), Wuchuan County was changed. In the ninth year of the Hongwu reign of the Ming Dynasty (1377), it was changed to Gaozhou Prefecture. The system of the Qing Dynasty along the Ming Dynasty still belongs to Gaozhou Prefecture, with a history of more than 1400 years. Wuchuan is rich in tourism resources, with a total length of 70.02 kilometers and many bays. It has both reef landforms and boundless sea sand. Meilu is one of the famous commercial ports and ancient towns in western Guangdong, "connecting Guangzhao in the east, Lianqiong in the west, Wushui in the south, and Gaocheng in the north". It has been known as "Little Foshan" since ancient times.
In 2020, Wuchuan achieved 27.847 billion yuan of gross regional product (preliminary calculation), an increase of 2.5% over the previous year at comparable prices.
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