Yuan (yuan) Ling County, under the Huaihua City of Hunan Province. It is located in the northwest of Hunan Province, the north end of Huaihua City, the middle reaches of Yuanshui River, the southern foot of Wuling Mountain and the northeast end of Xuefeng Mountain interchange. The east side is connected to Taoyuan and Anhua, the south side is 65 ° Xupu and Chenxi, the west side is adjacent to Luxi, Guzhang and Yongshun, and the north side is connected to Yongding District of Zhangjiajie City. Between 110°05 '31 "-- 111°06' 27" east longitude, 28°04 '48 "-- 29°02' 26" north latitude, the total area of 5852 square kilometers. According to the seventh census data, as of midnight on November 1, 2020, the permanent population of Yuanling County was 510,054.
Yuanling has a long history. In the Warring States Period, Chu set up Qianzhong County, and in the fifth year of Emperor Gaozu's Han Dynasty (202 BC), Yuanling County was set up. It was once the political, economic, cultural and military center of the Great Xiangxi region. Legend has it that when the First Emperor of Qin burned books and buried scholars, Fu Sheng, a doctor in the imperial court, risked collecting thousands of volumes of Jane books in the Yuanling Eryou cave to preserve the spark of Chinese culture. There are more than 100 historical and cultural relics in the territory, such as the state preservation unit of Tang Dynasty Long Xingzhu Temple, the provincial preservation unit of Qianzhong County site, and 41 national first-class cultural relics. "Chenzhou Nuo Opera" and "Yuanling Traditional Dragon Boat" have been included in the list of national intangible cultural heritage.
As of June 2020, Yuanling County has jurisdiction over 8 towns and 13 townships. In 2020, the gross regional product of Yuanling County was 17.726 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 4.8%.
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