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Yuecheng District

Yuecheng District (Chineset 越城, s 越城, p Yuèchéng Qū, lit. "Yue City District") is a county-level district which forms the core of the municipality of Shaoxing, Zhejiang, in the People's Republic of China. It encompasses all of downtown Shaoxing and the immediately surrounding areas, including the former Yue base beside Mount Kuaiji and the imperial Chinese capital of Kuaiji Commandery. The district's total area is and its population is 610,000 people. The district's postal code is 312000.

The district government is located on Tashan Street at Yan'an Road. The Paojiang Economic and Technical Development Area is located in this district.

Administrative regions

The district administers six street offices and seven towns. In total, this encompasses 66 communities, 11 residential areas, and 340 villages. The offices are located on Tashan Street, Fushan

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