Jinshui District

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Jinshui
金水区
District
Henan Museum, located in Jinshui District
Henan Museum, located in Jinshui District
Jinshui is located in China
Jinshui
Jinshui
Location in China
Coordinates: 34°46′22.59″N 113°43′9.62″E / 34.7729417°N 113.7193389°E / 34.7729417; 113.7193389Coordinates: 34°46′22.59″N 113°43′9.62″E / 34.7729417°N 113.7193389°E / 34.7729417; 113.7193389
Country China
Province Henan
Prefecture Zhengzhou
Area
 • District 242.2 km2 (93.5 sq mi)
 • Urban 58 km2 (22 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • District 1,588,611
 • Density 6,600/km2 (17,000/sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 450003
Area code(s) 0371
Website http://www.jinshui.gov.cn

Jinshui District (Chinese: 金水区; Pinyin: Jīnshuǐ Qū) is a district in Zhengzhou city, Henan Province. The District is 242.2 square km, in which the urban area is 58 square km. The total population is 1.01 million, in which the urban population is 865 thousand.[1]

The seat of the Henan Province government is located in the district. The widest road in Henan Province, Huayuan Road, Wenhua Road are also in the Jinshui District. The famous Erqi Memorial Tower is in the center of the city. Jianxue Street, or called Jian Xue Jie in Chinese, is an educational area. The famous Henan Experimental Middle School, No.8 Middle School, No.9 Middle School, the Henan Foreigh Trade School, Henan Experimental Primary School and the No.1 Primary School of Wenhua Road, Zhengzhou are in the district.

Administrative divisions[edit]

Jinshui District has 15 subdistricts and 2 towns:[2]

  • Subdistricts:
    • Jinbalu (经八路街道)
    • Huayuanlu (花园路街道)
    • Renminlu (人民路街道)
    • Dulingjie (杜岭街街道)
    • Dashiqiao (大石桥街道)
    • Nanyanglu (南阳路街道)
    • Nanyangxincun (南阳新村街道)
    • Wenhualu (文化路街道)
    • Fengchanlu (丰产路街道)
    • Dongfenglu (东风路街道)
    • Beilinlu (北林路街道)
    • Weilailu (未来路街道)
    • Longzihu (龙子湖街道)
    • Zhachenglu (祭城路街道)
    • Fenghuangtai (凤凰台街道)
  • Towns
    • Liulin (柳林镇)
    • Miaoli (庙李镇)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Chinese) Profile of Jinshui District, Official website of Jinshui District Government, visited on April 12, 2008.
  2. ^ "Profile of Jinshui District" (in Chinese). Archived from the original on 2008-06-06. Retrieved 2008-06-19. 

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