Park at the intersection of Wenchang West Road (文昌西路) and Weiyang Road (维扬路; 維揚路)
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Elevation||9 m (28 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Hanjiang (help·info) District (simplified Chinese: 邗江区; traditional Chinese: 邗江區; pinyin: Hánjiāng Qū) is one of three districts of Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, China. It is one of the two districts (along with Hanjiang District) that divide Yangzhou's main urban area. It includes roughly the western half of Yangzhou's central city (excluding, however, the historic center, which is in Hanjiang District), and adjacent suburbs. The Yangtze River and, in the northern suburbs, the Grand Canal of China, serve as the district's southern and eastern borders.
In the past, the northern part of Yangzhou's main urban area constituted a separate Weiyang District, but in the late 2011 Weiyang District was abolished and merged into Hanjiang District.
Hanjiang District is divided into 10 subdistricts, 10 towns, and 3 townships:
A residential area near the Thin West Lake and the Baozhang Lake
Yangzhou Railway Station on the Nanjing–Qidong Railway
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