Xiangshan District, Hsinchu

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Coordinates: 24°46′28″N 120°55′35″E / 24.774578°N 120.926487°E / 24.774578; 120.926487

Xiangshan

香山區
Skyline of Xiangshan
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LocationHsinchu City, Taiwan
Government
 • TypeDistrict Government
Area
 • Total54.85 km2 (21.18 sq mi)
Population
(January 2016)
 • Total76,836
Xiangshan District office

Xiangshan District (Chinese: 香山區; pinyin: Xiāngshān Qū) or Siangshan District is a district in southwest Hsinchu City, Taiwan. It is the largest of the three districts in Hsinchu City.

History[edit]

Xiangshan District was originally a township of Hsinchu County. On 1 July 1982, the area was incorporated into the newly formed Hsinchu City as a district.[1]

Geography[edit]

  • Area: 54.85 km2 (21.18 sq mi)
  • Population: 76,836 (January 2016)

Administrative divisions[edit]

The district consists of Gangnan, Hushan, Hulin, Jinshui, Shuxia, Puqian, Zhongpu, Niupu, Dingpu, Tungxiang, Xiangcun, Xiangshan, Dazhuang, Meishan, Zhaoshan, Haishan, Jiadong, Dahu, Nanai, Zhongai, Neihu, Yanshui, Nangang and Dingfu Village.[2]

Economy[edit]

It is most well known locally for the Hsiangshan Industrial Park and for having the major portion of Hsinchu City's "17km Scenic Coastline" boardwalk.

Education[edit]

Universities[edit]

Schools[edit]

Tourist attractions[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Notable natives[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brief of City Council". Hsinchu City Council. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  2. ^ https://www.cec.gov.tw/pc/en/TV/nm10018000300000000.html

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