Yuzhou, Henan

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This article is about the city in Xuchang. For the Yuzhou (豫州) that was one of the Nine Ancient Provinces, see Yuzhou (nine ancient provinces).

Coordinates: 34°9′48.12″N 113°27′39.06″E / 34.1633667°N 113.4608500°E / 34.1633667; 113.4608500

Yuzhou
禹州市
County-level city
Country China
Province Henan
Prefecture-level city Xuchang
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Yuzhou (Simplified Chinese: 禹州; pinyin: Yǔzhōu) is a county-level city in Xuchang, central Henan province in the People's Republic of China. It is the site of Yangzhai, the capital of the State of Han during the Warring States period. Its population was 1,131,819 inhabitants at the 2010 census on 1472 km², even though the built-up (or metro) area, is much smaller.

Yuzhou was known as Yingchuan (simplified Chinese: 颍川; traditional Chinese: 潁川) in the Qin, Han and Jin Dynasties.

Three peaks Mount(三峰山):In 1230, Mongol army destroyed Jim's 200,000 man army over here.