, it had a population of 1,144,806, making it the most populous county in Liberia. Created in 1847 at the foundation of the country, the county is the oldest in Liberia. The most populous city in the county is Liberia’s
in downtown Monrovia As of the 2008 national census, Liberia was home to 3,476,608 people. Of those, 1,118,241
census_2008provisionalresults.pdf title 2008 National Population and Housing Census: Preliminary Results date 2008 publisher Government of the Republic of Liberia accessdate 2012-03-30 The capital of Liberia, Monrovia, is also located in Montserrado County. Bensonville is located 20 miles from Monrovia. Vick, Karl. "Liberian Strife Is Traced To Turbulent Past: Some
that surround the city. According to historical records, Wikipedia:Yancheng
of the work is related to farmers and the development of the rural area. It is also observed that the government is exerting more and more efforts to attract foreign investment to spur local development. The current mayor is Tao Minglun. Demographics According to the 2010 Census (Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China), Shangqiu has a population of 7,362,472. That is 390,528 inhabitants less than in 2000 (the population shrank 5.04% in ten years). ; born March 7, 1967, in Zhecheng (Zhecheng County), Shangqiu, Henan) is a Chinese retired professional women's basketball player for the China women's national basketball team and the Women's National Basketball Association.
. A record of daily air quality has been kept and published by local government. To read the data, just visit http: www.czshb.gov.cn or directly type http: 126.96.36.199:85 cz ribao index.asp for details of daily or real-time air quality. Changzhi is still on her way to a beautiful modern city with satisfied air quality and lots of efforts should be made in the future. Data from the 6th National Population Census (Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China) in 2010 Population Data of Changzhi in Shanxi Province (the 6th National Population Census) in Chinese reported the city was home for 3,334,564 residents. History In ancient times the area around Changzhi was known as Shangdang. Lew, Christopher R. ''The Third Chinese Revolutionary War, 1945-1949: An Analysis of Communist Strategy and Leadership''. The USA and Canada: Routelage. 2009. ISBN 0-415-77730-5. p.22 Changzhi was the site of the Shangdang Campaign, the first battle between the Kuomintang and the People's Liberation Army after the end of World War II. The campaign began in August 1945 and lasted until October. It began when the local Shanxi warlord, Yan Xishan, attempted to retake the region from Communist forces. Yan's forces were eventually defeated by an army led by Liu Bocheng, who was later named one of China's "Ten Great Marshals (Yuan Shuai#People's Republic of China). Liu's political commissar was Deng Xiaoping, who later became China's "paramount leader". The campaign ended with the complete destruction of Yan's army, most of which joined the Communists after surrendering. Following the Shangdang Campaign, the Communists remained in control of the region until they won the civil war (Chinese Civil War) in 1949. Lew, Christopher R. ''The Third Chinese Revolutionary War, 1945-1949: An Analysis of Communist Strategy and Leadership''. The USA and Canada: Routelage. 2009. ISBN 0-415-77730-5. pp.22-23. Administrative divisions The area under the control of People's Government of Changzhi City is divided into 13 local government districts. They are Urban District (or Chengqu (Chengqu, Changzhi)), Suburban District, Lucheng City (a county-level city), Changzhi County, Xiangyuan County, Tunliu County, Pingshun County, Licheng County, Huguan County, Zhangzi County, Wuxiang County, Qin County, and Qinyuan County. class "wikitable" style "font-size:90%;" align "center" !colspan "8" align "center" Map - colspan "8" align "center" 370px (File:Changzhi mcp.png) - ! # ! Name ! Hanzi ! Hanyu Pinyin ! Population (2003 est.) ! Area (km²) ! Density ( km²) ! Official Website ---------- 1 Urban District (Chengqu District, Changzhi) 城区 Chéng Qū 416,000 55.6 7,482 http: www.chinaczcq.gov.cn ---------- 2 Suburban District (Jiaoqu District, Changzhi) 郊区 Jiāo Qū 290,000 285 1,017.5 http: www.jqzf.changzhi.gov.cn ---------- 3 Lucheng City (Lucheng, Shanxi) 潞城市 Lùchéng Shì 210,000 615 341 http: www.lc.gov.cn ---------- 4 Changzhi County 长治县 Chángzhì Xiàn 320,000 483 663 http: www.sxczx.gov.cn ---------- 5 Xiangyuan County 襄垣县 Xiāngyuán Xiàn 250,000 1,158 216 http: www.xiangyuan.gov.cn ---------- 6 Tunliu County 屯留县 Túnliú Xiàn 240,000 1,042 230 http: www.tunliu.gov.cn ---------- 7 Pingshun County 平顺县 Píngshùn Xiàn 160,000 1,550 103 http: www.zgps.gov.cn ---------- 8 Licheng County 黎城县 Líchéng Xiàn 160,000 1,166 137 http: www.sxlc.gov.cn ---------- 9 Huguan County 壶关县 Húguān Xiàn 280,000 1,013 276 http: www.huguan.gov.cn ---------- 10 Zhangzi County 长子县 Zhǎngzǐ Xiàn 340,000 1,029 330 http: www.zz.changzhi.gov.cn ---------- 11 Wuxiang County 武乡县 Wǔxiāng Xiàn 210,000 1,610 130 http: www.zgwx.gov.cn ---------- 12 Qin County 沁县 Qìn Xiàn 170,000 1,297 131 http: www.chinaqx.gov.cn ---------- 13 Qinyuan County 沁源县 Qìnyuán Xiàn 150,000 2,556 59 http: www.qygov.gov.cn ---------- Education Higher Education Changzhi Medical College Changzhi College High Schools Changzhi No.1 Middle School Changzhi No.2 Middle School Changzhi No.3 Middle School Changzhi No.4 Middle School Changzhi No.5 Middle School Changzhi No.6 Middle School Changzhi No.7 Middle School Changzhi No.8 Middle School Changzhi No.9 Middle School Changzhi No.10 Middle School Changzhi Experimental Middle School Changzhi No.12 Middle School Changzhi No.13 Middle School Changzhi No.14 Middle School Changzhi No.15 Middle School Changzhi No.16 Middle School Changzhi No.17 Middle School Changzhi No.18 Middle School Changzhi No.19 Middle School Tai-Hang Middle School (Subsidiary Middle School of Changzhi College) Transportation National Highway *China National Highway 207 *China National Highway 208 Railway *Taiyuan–Jiaozuo Railway *Handan–Changzhi Railway Controlled-access Highway *Controlled-access Highway (Controlled-access highway) Taiyuan-Changzhi *Controlled-access Highway Changzhi-Jincheng *Controlled-access Highway Changzhi-Linfen *Controlled-access Highway Changzhi-Handan Airport *Changzhi Wangcun Airport External links *Official website of Changzhi Government
- Luoshan County * 40px (File:China Expwy G1 sign with name.png) G1 (G1 Beijing–Harbin Expressway): Shenyang- Beijing * 40px (File:China Expwy G4 sign with name.png) G4 (G4 Beijing–Hong Kong–Macau Expressway) Beijing - Shijiazhuang - Zhengzhou - Xinyang - Wuhan - Changsha - Guangzhou **G4 (G4 Beijing–Hong Kong–Macau Expressway) Branch from Guangzhou to Shenzhen (adjacent to Hong Kong)
the Heilongjiang River to the north. Hegang is one of the principal coal-producing cities in China. Hegang city covers an area of 14,784 km² and according to the 2010 Census (Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China), has a population of 1,058,665 inhabitants WikiPedia:Jiamusi
Population Census of the People's Republic of China 2010 Census , the population of Xinyang is of 6,108,683 inhabitants, a 6.39% les than the population marked on the last census of 2000, when there were 6,527,3680 inhabitants in the city ) was born in Wuyin (舞阴) (in the northwest of today’s Biyang County (泌阳县), Zhumadian Prefect, Henan Province) and lived during the Southern Qi dynasty. He learned to write poems at the age of eight and had a quick wit. He was a personal friend of Emperor Wu (Emperor Wu of Liang), and was held authority as his prime minister without actually being so titled. In 450, Emperor Taiwu, accusing Liu Song's Emperor Wen of having fostered Gai's rebellion, attacked Liu Song, putting Xuanhu (懸瓠, in modern Zhumadian, Henan) under siege for 42 days but could not capture it, and he withdrew.
land area of . The city is located in the southernmost part of Henan Province, on the south bank of the Huai River. It borders the cities Zhumadian to the north and Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) to the northwest, and the provinces of Anhui and Hubei to the east and south respectively. The region where Xinyang is located is considered a subtropical area (subtropics) and the Dabie Mountains cover most of its territory. According to the Sixth National
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Jiānlì Xiàn 3,118 1,162,770 373 History thumb A mummy discovered with all part of the body, at the Jingzhou museum (File:Momie de Jingzhou.jpg) Jingzhou has been a transportation hub and commodity distribution center for 6,000 years. The ancient city of Jingzhou forms what is now the main urban area of Jiangling County, which is one of the counties within Jingzhou City. Situated in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, this has been a strategic location of military importance since ancient times. Ying (Ying (Chu)), within the borders of present day Jingzhou, was the capital of 20 kings over 411 years of the State of Chu (Chu (state)) during the Spring and Autumn (Spring and Autumn Period) and Warring States periods of the Zhou Dynasty (1046 BCE - 256 BCE). The city is said to have been built with earth by Guan Yu in the Three Kingdoms period. During the Southern and Northern Dynasties period, it was the capital of the Western Liang (Liang Dynasty). In the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, it was the capital of the Nanping State. Sights Numerous sites have been preserved from the Chu State period, including the ruins of five Chu cities, 73 sites featuring Chu Culture and more than 800 ancient tombs, including those of 18 Chu kings. There are also historical sites dating to the Three Kingdoms period, such as the Wulin (Battle of Red Cliffs) Battlefield