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County-level city
Location of Jiangyou within Mianyang, Sichuan
Location of Jiangyou within Mianyang, Sichuan
Jiangyou is located in Sichuan
Location in Sichuan
Country China
Province Sichuan
Prefecture Mianyang
City seat Zhongba (中坝镇)
 • Total 2,720 km2 (1,050 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 • Total 870,000
 • Density 320/km2 (830/sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 621700
Area code(s) 0816

Jiangyou (Chinese: 江油; Pinyin: Jiāngyóu) is a Chinese county-level city located in Mianyang, Sichuan. The city proper is subdivided into four urban districts and has jurisdiction over 21 towns, and 19 rural townships. Jiangyou is noted as the home town of Li Bai, a leading Tang Dynasty poet.

Jiangyou has an area of 2,720 square kilometers and a population of 870,000 in 2004.[1]


  • Administrative divisions 1
    • Towns 1.1
    • Townships 1.2
    • Ethnic townships 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Administrative divisions

Jiangyou has 21 towns, 19 townships, and 4 ethnic townships.


  • Zhangming (彰明镇)
  • Zhonghua (重华镇)
  • Sanhe (三合镇)
  • Hanzeng (含增镇)
  • Longfeng (龙凤镇)
  • Yongsheng (永胜镇)
  • Shuanghe (双河镇)
  • Hekou (河口镇)
  • Majiao (马角镇)
  • Qinglian (青莲镇)
  • Wudu (武都镇)
  • Yanmen (雁门镇)
  • Xinan (新安镇)
  • Zhanqi (战旗镇)
  • Jiuling (九岭镇)
  • Taiping (太平镇)
  • Dakang (大康镇)
  • Erlangmiao (二郎庙镇)
  • Zhongba (中坝镇)
  • Xiaoxiba (小溪坝镇)
  • Houba (厚坝镇)


  • Liuhe (六合乡)
  • Xiping (西屏乡)
  • Tongxing (铜星乡)
  • Xinchun (新春乡)
  • Xinxing (新兴乡)
  • Yixin (义新乡)
  • Guanshan (贯山乡)
  • Shiyuan (石元乡)
  • Fengshun (枫顺乡)
  • Jingyuan (敬元乡)
  • Dayan (大堰乡)
  • Dongxing (东兴乡)
  • Bayi (八一乡)
  • Yunji (云集乡)
  • Zhongxing (重兴乡)
  • Dongan (东安乡)
  • Wensheng (文胜乡)
  • Fangshui (方水乡)
  • Xiangshui (香水乡)

Ethnic townships

  • Changgang (长钢街道)
  • Huaping (华平街道)
  • Wudu (武都街道)
  • Hanzeng (含增街道)


  1. ^ (Chinese) Profile of Jiangyou, visited on May 17, 2008.

External links

  • Official website of Jiangyou Government
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