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Guixi

Guixi
贵溪市
County-level city
Country China
Province Jiangxi
Prefecture-level city Yingtan

Guixi (Chinese: 贵溪; literally: "Noble Stream") is a county-level city in Yingtan Municipality, Jiangxi Province, in southeastern China.

The city covers two-thirds of the land area in the municipal region. Like Yuehu District (月湖区), the municipal seat, Guixi's centre Xiongshi lies on the Xinjiang River (信江).

Contents

  • Administration 1
    • Towns (镇, zhen) 1.1
    • Townships (乡, xiang) 1.2
  • Transportation 2
    • Rail 2.1
  • Notes and references 3

Administration

The city executive, legislature and judiciary are in Xiongshi Town (雄石镇), together with the CPC and PSB branches.[1]

Towns (镇, zhen)

The city oversees 14 other towns:

  • Zhoufang (周坊)
  • Taqiao (塔桥)
  • Sili (泗沥)
  • Hongtang (鸿塘)
  • Zhiguang (志光)
  • Hetan (河潭)
  • Liukou (流口)
  • Luohe (罗河)
  • Longhushan (龙虎山) - access to Longhushan Mountain
  • Shangqing (上清) - access to Longhushan Mt.
  • Jintun (金屯)
  • Tangwan (塘湾)
  • Wenfang (文坊)
  • Lengshui (冷水)

Townships (乡, xiang)

There is one Ethnic Township (民族乡) for the She (畲) nation at Zhangping (樟坪), upstream from Wenfang Town.

Transportation

Rail

Guixi is a railroad junction for the Anhui–Jiangxi and the Zhejiang-Jiangxi Railways.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Jiangxi Sheng Ditu, published by PLA Factory 4236, January, 2002. ISBN 7-5031-2862-3/K-1312

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