On the Changjiang in Yiling District west of Yichang
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Carved out of the former Yichang County||2001|
|• Total||3,424 km2 (1,322 sq mi)|
|• Density||150/km2 (390/sq mi)|
|Time zone||China Standard (UTC+8)|
Yiling District (simplified Chinese: 夷陵区; traditional Chinese: 夷陵區; pinyin: Yílíng Qū) is a district of the prefecture-level city of Yichang, Hubei province, People's Republic of China. Created in July 2001, the district includes most of the former Yichang County, with the exception of Yichang center city (which forms Xiling District) and certain southern and western suburbs.
The land area of Yiling District is 3424 square km, population 510,000 (as of 2004).
- Xiaoxita Jiedao (小溪塔街道)
- Zhangcunping Town (樟村坪镇)
- Wudu Town (雾渡河镇)
- Taipingxi Town (太平溪镇)
- Sandouping Town (三斗坪镇)
- Letianxi Town (乐天溪镇)
- Fenxiang Town (分乡镇)
- Longquan Town (龙泉镇)
- Yaqueling Town (鸦鹊岭镇)
- Xiabaoping Township (下堡坪乡)
- Huanghua Township (黄花乡)
- Dengcun Township (邓村乡)
The district's seat of government is on the northern outskirts of Yichang urban area.
The Xiling Bridge spans the Changjiang (Yangtze River) in the western part of Yiling District, connecting the towns of Letianxi and Sandouping on the northern and southern sides of the river. To add to the confusion, Yiling Bridge is not within Yiling District - rather, it connects the center-city Xiling District with Dianjun District south of the river.
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- [dead link] (Official site) (in Chinese)
- [dead link] - Official site of the district government (in Chinese)