Shanting District

Shanting (Chinese: 山亭; pinyin: Shāntíng) is a district of the city of Zaozhuang, Shandong province, China.

Shanting

山亭区
Location in Zaozhuang
Location in Zaozhuang
Shanting is located in Shandong
Shanting
Shanting
Location in Shandong
Coordinates: 35°06′00″N 117°27′43″E / 35.10000°N 117.46194°ECoordinates: 35°06′00″N 117°27′43″E / 35.10000°N 117.46194°E
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceShandong
Prefecture-level cityZaozhuang
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)

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Cao County

Cao County, also known by its Chinese name Caoxian, is a county in Heze City in southwestern Shandong Province, China. It borders Henan Province on the west.

Dingtao District

Dingtao District (simplified Chinese: 定陶区; traditional Chinese: 定陶區; pinyin: Dìngtáo Qū) is a district under the jurisdiction of Heze in Shandong province, China. It has a very long history. Its name originated during the Warring States period from Fan Li, a famous chancellor in the Yue kingdom. The name means "where Fan Li lives." When Fan Li succeeded in helping his king avenge and create a powerful kingdom, he came to Dingtao to develop it commercially along with legendary beauty Xi Shi. Under Fan Li's management, Dingtao became very wealthy. Due to its special geographic location, it was called the core of the world. Emperor Gaozu of Han's ill-fated consort Qi was also from this area.

Fei County

Fei County or Feixian falls under the jurisdiction of Linyi, in the south of Shandong Province.

Fushan District

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To the east is Zhifu District and Laishan District, to the southeast is Muping District, to the southwest Qixia City, to the northwest is Penglai City, and to the north is the Yantai Economic and Technological Development Zone.

The District of Fushan was mentioned in the Jackie Chan action film Police Story 3.

Huancui District

Huancui (simplified Chinese: 环翠; traditional Chinese: 環翠; pinyin: Huáncuì) is a district and the seat of the city of Weihai, Shandong province, China.

Jinxiang County

Jinxiang County (simplified Chinese: 金乡县; traditional Chinese: 金鄉縣; pinyin: Jīnxiāng Xiàn; literally: 'gold hometown') is a county of southwestern Shandong province, People's Republic of China, bordering Jiangsu province to the southeast. It is under the administration of Jining City.

The population was 601,369 in 1999.

Juancheng County

Juancheng County falls under the jurisdiction of Heze, in the southwest of Shandong province, China. The population is approximately 800,000.

Juye County

Juye (Chinese: 巨野; pinyin: Jùyě) is a county in western Shandong province which is under the administration of Heze municipality. The county is 1,303 square km in area and has a population of approximately 910,000.

Linshu County

Linshu County (simplified Chinese: 临沭县; traditional Chinese: 臨沭縣; pinyin: Línshù Xiàn) is a county of southern Shandong province, People's Republic of China, bordering Jiangsu province to the south and east. It is under the administration of Linyi City.

The population was 612,853 in 1999.

Luozhuang District

Luozhuang (simplified Chinese: 罗庄区; traditional Chinese: 羅莊區; pinyin: Luózhuāng Qū) is a district of the city of Linyi, Shandong province, China. It has an area of approximately 370 km2 (140 sq mi) and around 420,000 inhabitants (2003).

Mengyin County

Mengyin County (simplified Chinese: 蒙阴县; traditional Chinese: 蒙陰縣; pinyin: Méngyīn Xiàn) is a county in the southwest-central part of Shandong province, People's Republic of China. It is under the administration of Linyi City.

The population was 524,565 in 1999.

Mudan District

Mudan District is an urban district of Heze, Shandong province. It is the seat of Heze's prefectural government and center of its built-up or metro area, bordering Henan province to the northwest across the Yellow River.

Qixia, Shandong

Qixia (simplified Chinese: 栖霞; traditional Chinese: 棲霞; pinyin: Qīxiá) is a landlocked county-level city of the Shandong Peninsula, and is under the administration of Yantai City, Shandong province.

The population was 664,510 in 1999. It borders Penglai to the north, Fushan District to the northeast, Muping District to the east, Haiyang and Laiyang to the south, Zhaoyuan to the west, and Longkou to the northwest.

Weishan County, Shandong

Weishan County (simplified Chinese: 微山县; traditional Chinese: 微山縣; pinyin: Wēishān Xiàn) is a county of southwestern Shandong province, People's Republic of China, bordering Jiangsu province to the south. It is under the administration of Jining City, and much of its area is occupied by Nansi, or Weishan Lake.

The population was 677,893 in 1999.

Wenshang County

Wenshang County (simplified Chinese: 汶上县; traditional Chinese: 汶上縣; pinyin: Wénshàng Xiàn) is a county of southwestern Shandong province, People's Republic of China. It is under the administration of Jining City.

The population was 725,971 in 1999.

Xuecheng District

Xuecheng (Chinese: 薛城区; pinyin: Xuēchéng Qū) is a district and the seat of Zaozhuang, Shandong province, China, ever named by "lin cheng ". It has an area of 506.72 km² and around 405,285 inhabitants (2003).

Yinan County

Yinan (Chinese: 沂南县; pinyin: Yínán Xiàn; literally: 'Yi (River) south') is a county in the south of Shandong province, China. It is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Linyi.

The population was 896,467 in 1999.

Zaozhuang

Zaozhuang (simplified Chinese: 枣庄; traditional Chinese: 棗莊; pinyin: Zǎozhuāng) is a prefecture-level city in the south of Shandong province, People's Republic of China. Since January 2019 (after the Laiwu prefecture got incorporated into Jinan prefecture), the smallest prefecture-level city in the province, it borders Jining to the west and north, Linyi to the east, and the province of Jiangsu to the south. Battle of Taierzhuang happened here during the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938.

Archaeologists find evidence of human activities in this region since Neolithic. Its culture started from 7300 years ago of ancestor culture, and developed to city-state culture 4300 years ago, then evolved to canal culture 2700 years ago, and finally stepped to industrial culture 130 years ago.

Its population is 3,729,140 at the 2010 census whom 899,753 in the built-up area made of Shizhong and Yicheng districts.

Zhanhua District

Zhanhua (Chinese: 沾化; pinyin: Zhānhuà) is a district of Binzhou, Shandong province, People's Republic of China. It was a county until 2014.

The population in 1999 was 381,416.

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