Location in Hebei
|Coordinates (Zunhua municipal government): Coordinates:|
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|• County-level city||1,521.0 km2 (587.3 sq mi)|
|• Urban||85.80 km2 (33.13 sq mi)|
|• County-level city||794,000|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Zunhua (Chinese: 遵化; pinyin: Zūnhuà) is a county-level city in the northeast of Hebei province, China, bordering Tianjin to the west. It is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Tangshan. Historic sites include the Eastern Qing Tombs (Qing Dongling).
Zunhua has jurisdiction over 2 subdistricts, 13 towns, and 12 townships.
Zunhua contains the subdistricts of Huaming Road Subdistrict华明路街道) and Wenhua Road Subdistrict (文化路街道).(
Zunhua contains the following 13 towns:
Zunhua contains the following 12 townships, of which, 3 are Manchu ethnic townships:
Most of the city's terrain consists of small mountains, hills, and valleys, and a number of rivers, such as the Sha, Li, Lin, and Weijin flow through the city. Significant mountains in Zunhua include Jiufeng Mountain, Taohua Mountain, Wolong Mountain, and Huanghua Mountain.
As of 2017, Zunhua had a population of 794,000, of which, 243,200 resided in urban areas. 114,500 people in Zunhua are ethnic minorities, the largest number in Tangshan.
Zunhua is home to mineral deposits containing minerals such as iron, manganese, chromium, copper, lead, zinc, gold, and dolomite.
141,100 people in Zunhua have access to natural gas, of which, 90,200 have access to LPG.
A number of railways and highways pass through the city.
The following highways pass through Zunhua:
The following railroads pass through Zunhua: