Linfen

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CPC Linfen Secretary leader_name Luo Qingyu ( 罗清宇) leader_title1 Mayor leader_name1 Yuo Puyu (岳普煜) leader_title2 leader_name2 leader_title3 leader_name3 leader_title4 leader_name4 established_title established_date established_title1 established_date1 established_title2 !-- Incorporated (city) -->


Changzhi

, Changzhi is a transportation centre in Shanxi. Convenient transportations are facilitated by 4 controlled-access highways (Taiyuan-Changzhi, Changzhi-Jincheng, Changzhi-Linfen, Changzhi-Handan), 2 railways (Taiyuan–Jiaozuo Railway and Handan–Changzhi Railway ), 3 national highways (China National Highways) (China National Highway 207 (China National Highway 207), 208 (China National Highway 208) and 309 (China National Highway 309)) and 1 airport( Changzhi Wangcun

*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 Category:Cities in Shanxi Category:Prefecture-level divisions

Wangcun Airport - **Shanxi ***Changzhi – Changzhi Wangcun Airport ***Datong – Datong Airport Geography and climate Linfen is located in the southwestern part of the Shanxi Province, on the lower reaches of the Fen River, bounded by Changzhi and Jincheng to the east, the Yellow River to the west (which also forms the border with Shaanxi province), Jinzhong and Lüliang to the north, and Yuncheng to the south. The prefecture ranges in latitude


Xingtai

Linfen, Shanxi), but chose to not engage Jin Zhun immediately. In winter 318, Liu Yao, a cousin of Liu Cong, declared himself emperor, and advanced on Pingyang as well. Jin was caught between Liu Yao's and Shi's forces. In summer 312, it was at Zhang's suggestion that Shi finally occupied Xiangguo (襄國, in modern Xingtai, Hebei) and held it permanently as his headquarters. For the next few years, while he was ostensibly a Han Zhao general, with Zhang's assistance he expanded


Datong

. *The top five cities with most effective pollution controls: Nantong, Lianyungang, Shenyang, Suzhou, Fuzhou *The 10 cities with worst air quality: Linfen, Yangquan, Datong, Shizuishan, Sanmenxia, Jinchang, Shijiazhuang, Xianyang, Zhuzhou, Luoyang *The Chinese cities Linfen and Tianying are the two world's most polluted cities

Expressway and the Dayun Expressway heading south toward Yuncheng (Yuncheng, Shanxi). It enters Shanxi as the Xuanda Expressway until approaching Datong (in northern Shanxi), becoming the Dayun Expressway afterwards. It ultimately ends at Rongcheng (Rongcheng, Shanxi) (in southern Shanxi). The expressway passes through Datong, Shuozhou, Taiyuan, Lüliang, Jinzhong, Linfen, and Yuncheng (Yuncheng, Shanxi). Thirty-one counties lie in its track. Today, China


Nantong

; *The top five cities with most effective pollution controls: Nantong, Lianyungang, Shenyang, Suzhou, Fuzhou *The 10 cities with worst air quality: Linfen, Yangquan, Datong, Shizuishan, Sanmenxia, Jinchang, Shijiazhuang, Xianyang, Zhuzhou, Luoyang * Donghae (Donghae, Gangwon), South Korea *


Shijiazhuang

effective pollution controls: Nantong, Lianyungang, Shenyang, Suzhou, Fuzhou *The 10 cities with worst air quality: Linfen, Yangquan, Datong, Shizuishan, Sanmenxia, Jinchang, Shijiazhuang, Xianyang, Zhuzhou, Luoyang *The Chinese cities Linfen and Tianying are the two world's most polluted cities according to Time Magazine


Taiyuan

, Linfen, and Yuncheng (Yuncheng, Shanxi). Thirty-one counties lie in its track. established 1951 city Taiyuan, Shanxi country China - Shanxi 山西 Shānxī 晋 jìn Taiyuan 太原 Tàiyuán List of county-level divisions (List of administrative divisions of Shanxi) '''Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons (Shanxi Zhongyu)''' Taiyuan, Shanxi Riverside Sports Arena - Guan Jing 關靖 Shiqi 士起 Unknown 199 Taiyuan (present

, and then south through the central valley of Shanxi before turning west to join the Yellow River west of Hejin. The Fen and the Wei Rivers are the two largest tributaries of the Yellow River. The river is 694 km long and drains an area of 39,417 km 2 , 25.3% of the area of Shanxi Province. Modern Modern cities on or near the Fen from north to south are: Taiyuan, Linfen, Houma (Houma, Shanxi), Hejin. In 1990s

) is a prefecture-level city in the west of Shanxi province, People's Republic of China, bordering Shaanxi province to the west, Jinzhong and the provincial capital of Taiyuan to the east, Linfen to the south, and Xinzhou to the north. It has a total area of 21,000 square kilometers and total population of 3,600,000.


Lianyungang

to other points in Xinjiang and to Kazakhstan) *The top five cities with most effective pollution controls: Nantong, Lianyungang, Shenyang, Suzhou, Fuzhou *The 10 cities with worst air quality: Linfen, Yangquan, Datong, Shizuishan, Sanmenxia, Jinchang, Shijiazhuang, Xianyang, Zhuzhou, Luoyang Modern history


Ürümqi

, machinery manufacturing, biochemistry and other industrial innovations. Pollution Ürümqi is considered one of the most polluted cities in China and the world. Blacksmith Institute mentioned Urumqi in ''2007 World’s Worst Polluted Places'' caused by air pollution along with Linfen and Lanzhou, all in China.


Lanzhou

flows, supports the best agricultural land. A railroad, linking Lanzhou with Baotou, crosses the region. A highway has been built across the Yellow River at Yinchuan. Pollution Ürümqi can be always found to be one of the most polluted cities in China and in the world. Blacksmith Institute mentioned Urumqi in ''2007 World’s Worst Polluted Places'' caused by air pollution along with Linfen and Lanzhou, all in China.


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