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Suining County, Jiangsu

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Suining County, Jiangsu

Suining County
Suining is located in Jiangsu
Location in Jiangsu
Country People's Republic of China
Province Jiangsu
Prefecture-level city Xuzhou
 • Total 1,772 km2 (684 sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Suining County (simplified Chinese: 睢宁县; traditional Chinese: 睢寧縣; pinyin: Suiníng Xiàn; Wade–Giles: Sui-ning) is under the administration of Xuzhou, Jiangsu province, China; it borders the prefecture-level cities of Suqian to the east and Suzhou (Anhui) to the south and west. Area: 1772 square kilometers, population: 1230,000. Suining is well known for its Child art.


  • Towns in Suining County 1
  • Agriculture Sightseeing Tourism 2
  • Schools in Suining County 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Towns in Suining County

  • Sui Cheng Town[1]
  • Wang Ji Town
  • Shuang Gou Town
  • Lan Shan Town
  • Li Ji Town
  • Tao Yuan Town
  • Guan Shan Town
  • Gao Zuo Town
  • Sha Ji Town
  • Ling Cheng Town
  • Qiu Ji Town
  • Gu Pi Town
  • Yao Ji Town
  • Liang Ji Town
  • Qing An Town

Agriculture Sightseeing Tourism

There are rich Agriculture Sightseeing[2] resources in Suining County with the development of environmentally friendly agriculture, with an area of hectare of poplar, it gains a good reputation of 'the hometown of poplar'.[3]

Schools in Suining County

  • Suining Senior High School[4]
  • Wen Hua Middle school
  • Ning Hai Middle school
  • Jing Hua Middle school
  • Shu Ren Middle school
  • Li Ji Middle school


  1. ^
  2. ^ Agriculture
  3. ^ Poplar
  4. ^

External links

  • Official website of Suining County Government

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