Chun'an County

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About this soundChun'an  (simplified Chinese: 淳安县; traditional Chinese: 淳安縣; pinyin: Chún'ān Xiàn) is a county of Zhejiang Province, East China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang, containing the well-known Qiandao Lake and bordering Anhui province to the northwest. It has a land area of 4,452 km2 (1,719 sq mi) and a population of 450,000. The postal code is 311700, and the county seat is located on 18 North Xin'an Rd., Qiandaohu Town.

Chun'an

淳安县

Shunan
Qiandao Lake shore in Chun'an
Qiandao Lake shore in Chun'an
Chun'an is located in Zhejiang
Chun'an
Chun'an
Location of the seat in Zhejiang
Coordinates: 29°36′10″N 119°02′20″E / 29.60278°N 119.03889°E / 29.60278; 119.03889Coordinates: 29°36′10″N 119°02′20″E / 29.60278°N 119.03889°E / 29.60278; 119.03889
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceZhejiang
Sub-provincial cityHangzhou
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
311700

Administrative divisionsEdit

Chun'an consists of 12 towns, 18 townships, eight districts, five resident districts and 889 administrative villages.

  • Towns: Qiandaohu, Linqi, Weiping, Jiangjia, Fenkou, Shilin, Dashu, Tangcun, Zitong, Zhongzhou, Wenchang, Fengshuling.
  • Townships: Lishang, Pingmen, Langchuan, Anyang, Wangbu, Guocun, Jinfeng, Yaoshan, Guangchang, Songcun, Jiuken, Yanjia, Baima, Zuokou, Wangzhai, Fuwen, Hengyan and Jieshou.

See alsoEdit