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Dengzhou
邓州市
Dengzhou City jurisdiction in Henan
Dengzhou City jurisdiction in Henan
Dengzhou is located in Henan
Dengzhou
Dengzhou
Location of the city center in Henan
Coordinates: 32°41′17″N 112°05′13″E / 32.688°N 112.087°E / 32.688; 112.087Coordinates: 32°41′17″N 112°05′13″E / 32.688°N 112.087°E / 32.688; 112.087
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceHenan
Prefecture-level cityNanyang
Area
 • County-level & Sub-prefectural city2,294 km2 (886 sq mi)
 • Urban
35 km2 (14 sq mi)
Population
 (2019)[2]
 • County-level & Sub-prefectural city1,366,000
 • Density600/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
 • Urban
300,000
 • Urban density8,600/km2 (22,000/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
474170
Area code(s)0377
Websitewww.dengzhou.gov.cn

Dengzhou (simplified Chinese: 邓州; traditional Chinese: 鄧州; pinyin: Dèngzhōu), formerly Deng County (邓县; 鄧縣; Dèng Xiàn), is a city in Nanyang, Henan, China. It has an area of 2,294 km2 (886 sq mi) and a population of 1,500,000.[3] The urban area is 35 km², and the urban population is 300,000.[4] The city is located in the southwest of Henan province, adjacent to the borders between Henan, Hubei and Shaanxi. It geometrically lies in the center of the triangle of Zhengzhou, Wuhan and Xi'an, with equal distance to any of these three cities.

It is a city with a long cultural history in China. Historical figures from Dengzhou include Zhang Zhongjing (ancient Chinese medicine practitioner), Han Yu (poet), Kou Zhun (senator of Song dynasty), Fan Zhongyan (writer), Yao Xueyin (modern writer), and Zhou Daxin (modern writer).

Administrative divisions

As 2012, this city is divided to 3 subdistricts, 13 towns and 11 townships.[5]

Subdistricts
Towns
  • Luozhuang (罗庄镇)
  • Jitan (汲滩镇)
  • Rangdong (穰东镇)
  • Menglou (孟楼镇)
  • Linba (林扒镇)
  • Goulin (构林镇)
  • Shilin (十林镇)
  • Zhangcun (张村镇)
  • Dusi (都司镇)
  • Zhaoji (赵集镇)
  • Liuji (刘集镇)
  • Sangzhuang (桑庄镇)
  • Pengqiao (彭桥镇)
Townships
  • Zhanglou Township (张楼乡)
  • Bainiu Township (白牛乡)
  • Xiaji Township (夏集乡)
  • Peiying Township (裴营乡)
  • Wenqu Township (文渠乡)
  • Gaoji Township (高集乡)
  • Taoying Township (陶营乡)
  • Xiaoyangying Township (小杨营乡)
  • Jiaodian Township (腰店乡)
  • Longyan Township (龙堰乡)
  • Jiulong Township (九龙乡)

Economy

Dengzhou's economy is largely based on the production of agricultural products. Farmers grow crops such as wheat, cotton, maize, sesame, peanuts, yellow beans, peppers and tobacco.

The city's primary industries include cigarette-packing, food processing and sculpture.

Transport

Tourism

Sightseeing

Lan Xiu Ting (Pavilion with picturesque view), Pagoda of Fu Sheng, relics of ancient city wall and the recently built touring area along the Tuan River.

Education

Dengzhou No.1 High School is the most popular high school of the city. Nanyang No.4 Teachers College is the only college of the city licensed to issue certified educational diplomas to students.

References

  1. ^ 最新人口信息 www.hongheiku.com (in Chinese). hongheiku. Retrieved 2021-01-12.
  2. ^ 最新人口信息 www.hongheiku.com (in Chinese). hongheiku. Retrieved 2021-01-12.
  3. ^ "Profile of Dengzhou" (in Chinese). Archived from the original on 2008-03-14. Retrieved 2008-05-29.
  4. ^ "Profile of Dengzhou" (in Chinese). Official website of Dengzhou Government. Archived from the original on June 8, 2007. Retrieved 2008-05-29.
  5. ^ 安阳市-行政区划网 www.xzqh.org (in Chinese). XZQH. Retrieved 2012-05-24.