Jiuli District

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Jiuli
九里区
District of Xuzhou, China
1965–2010
 

 

History
 •  Established 1965
 •  Disestablished 2010
Today part of Part of
the Gulou District,
the Quanshan District,
the Tongshan District

Jiuli District (simplified Chinese: 九里区; traditional Chinese: 九里區; pinyin: Jiǔlǐ Qū; literally: "nine lis") used to be a suburban of Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. Its seat was Jiuli Subdistrict, which is a part of Gulou District nowadays.

In 1965, the Mining District, Xuzhou was established with the sanction of the provincial government.[1]

In 1995, the Mining District was renamed Jiuli District, because there is a mountain, Jiuli, in its region.

In 2010, its southeastern part, western part and the rest were merged into Gulou, Quanshan, Tongshan respectively, as a result of urbanization.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jiangsu Provincial Chorographies: Toponymy Chorography. Nanjing: Jiangsu People Press. 2003. ISBN 7-214-03563-4. 
  2. ^ "徐州调整部分行政区划 撤销九里区设立铜山区(in Chinese)".