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Jingning She Autonomous County

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Jingning She Autonomous County

Jingning She Autonomous County (Chinese: 景宁畲族自治县; pinyin: Jǐngníng Shē Zúzìzhì Xiàn) is an autonomous county for the She people. Jingning She Autonomous County is under the jurisdiction of the city of Lishui in Zhejiang Province, China.

The county covers an area of 1,950 square km and in 1999 had a population of 175,484. The postal code for the county is 323500. The government for the autonomous county is located at #19 Qianxi Road.

The county includes 5 towns, 19 villages, 4 communities, 4 residential areas and 283 administrative villages.

The towns (镇):

鹤溪 - Hè-xī

英川 - Yīng-chuān,

渤海 - Bó-hǎi,

东坑 - Dōng-kēng,

沙湾 - Shā-wān

The villages (乡):

外舍 - Wài-shè

大顺 - Dà-shùn

陈村 - Chén-cūn

景南 - Jǐng-nán

澄照 - Dēng /chéng /dèng-zhào

毛垟 - Máo-yáng

秋炉 - Qiū-lú

大地 - Dà-dì

梅岐 - Méi-qí

郑坑 - Zhèng-kēng

葛山 - Gé-shān

金钟 - Jīn-zhōng

大均 - Dà-jūn

梧桐 - Wú-tóng

大际 - Dà-jì

标溪 - Biāo-xī

家地 - Jiā-dì

鸬鹚 - Lú-cí

雁溪 - Yàn-xī

External links

  • (Chinese) Official government site

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