Location in Jiangsu
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Formed||1 September 2012|
|• Total||85.1 km2 (32.9 sq mi)|
|• Density||11,000/km2 (29,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Gusu District (simplified Chinese: 姑苏区; traditional Chinese: 姑蘇區; pinyin: Gūsū Qū) is one of five urban districts and the main district of Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China. It was created on 1 September 2012 by the merger of the three former districts of Canglang, Pingjiang, and Jinchang.
As of 2020, Gusu District has the following 8 subdistricts:
As of 2011, the three districts which formed Gusu District had 17 subdistricts and 3 towns.
|Former Canglang District||Former Jinchang District||Former Pingjiang District|
|Shuangta Subdistrict (双塔街道)||Shilu Subdistrict (石路街道)||Guanqian Subdistrict (观前街道)|
|Nanmen Subdistrict (南门街道)||Caixiang Subdistrict (彩香街道)||Pingjiang Road Subdistrict (平江路街道)|
|Xujiang Subdistrict (胥江街道)||Liuyuan Subdistrict (留园街道)||Sujin Subdistrict (苏锦街道)|
|Wumenqiao Subdistrict (吴门桥街道)||Huqiu Subdistrict (虎丘街道)||Loumen Subdistrict (娄门街道)|
|Fengmen Subdistrict (葑门街道)||Baiyangwan Subdistrict (白洋湾街道)||Chengbei Subdistrict (城北街道)|
|Youxin Subdistrict (友新街道)||Taohuawu Subdistrict (桃花坞街道)|