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Wen County, Henan

Wen County or Wenxian (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Wēn) is a county in the Jiaozuo municipal region of Henan Province.

Geography

Wen County lies on the left or north bank of the Yellow River, opposite the cities of Gongyi and Xingyang in the Zhengzhou municipality. On all other sides the county is bordered by constituent parts of Jiaozuo: upriver to its west lies Mengzhou City, inland to its north Qinyang City and Bo'ai County, downriver to its east Wuzhi County.

Administration

The county comprises 7 towns and 3 townships, overseeing 262 village committees and 5 neighbourhoods (shequ, 社区). The county executive, legislature and judiciary are in Wenquan (温泉镇), together with the CPC and PSB branches. Address for executive : #55 Huanghe Rd (黄河路55号).[1]

Towns

Townships

Notes and references

  1. ^ http://baike.baidu.com/view/2551.htm

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