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Changsha County

Changsha County
Changsha County is located in Hunan
Changsha County
Changsha County
Location in Hunan
Country People's Republic of China
Province Hunan
Prefecture-level city Changsha
 • Total 1,997 km2 ( sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • Total 750,500
 • Density

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Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 4101xx

Changsha County (simplified Chinese: 长沙县; traditional Chinese: 長沙縣; pinyin: Chángshā Xiàn) is under the administration of Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, China, located immediately to the east of the city proper. As of 2006 it had a population of 750,500. The military leader Huang Xing was born here and his former residence is now a museum. Xu Teli's Former Residence is also a museum here.

Administrative divisions

The county has 3 subdistricts or street committees, 15 towns, and 4 townships. These are:

  1. Xingsha Subdistrict (星沙街道) (location of government)
  2. Xianglong Subdistrict (湘龙街道)
  3. Quantang Subdistrict (泉塘街道)
  4. Jiangbei Town (江背镇)
  5. Huangxing Town (黄兴镇)
  6. Huanghua Town (黄花镇)
  7. Chunhua Town (春华镇)
  8. Lukou Town (路口镇)
  9. Gaoqiao Town (高桥镇)
  10. Jinjing Town (金井镇)
  11. Fulin Town (福临镇)
  12. Ansha Town (安沙镇)
  13. Muyun Town (暮云镇)
  14. Langlei Town (㮾梨镇)
  15. Guoyuan Town (果园镇)
  16. Beishan Town (北山镇)
  17. Qingshanpu Town (青山铺镇)
  18. Shuangjiang Town (双江镇)
  19. Tiaoma Township (跳马乡)
  20. Ganshan Township (干杉乡)
  21. Baisha Township (白沙乡)
  22. Kaihui Townsihp (开慧乡)

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