Houli District

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Houli
后里區
District
Houli District
甲后路后里市區段.jpg
Houli District in Taichung City
Houli District in Taichung City
Coordinates: 24°19′N 120°43′E / 24.317°N 120.717°E / 24.317; 120.717Coordinates: 24°19′N 120°43′E / 24.317°N 120.717°E / 24.317; 120.717
Country Taiwan
Special municipality Taichung
Established (District) 2010
Area
 • Total 58.9439 km2 (22.7584 sq mi)
Population (January 2016)
 • Total 54,313
 • Density 920/km2 (2,400/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (CST)
Website www.houli.taichung.gov.tw

Houli District (Chinese: 后里區; pinyin: Hòulǐ Qū) is a rural district in northwestern Taichung City, Taiwan.[1]

Houli District office

History

Houli District used to be a rural township of Taichung County before it was upgraded to a district of Taichung City on 25 December 2010.

Administrative divisions

Guangfu, Renli, Yili, Yide, Houli, Houli, Duntung, Dunxi, Dunnan, Dunbei, Zhonghe, Jiushe, Liange, Taiping, Meishan, Yuemei, Gongguan and Taian Village.

Local products

Industrial products

Military stables

Military stables (后里馬場) were built in Houli in mid 50's and function until today. Stables' main stock includes some of the horses that were given to Taiwan as a gift from Arabia.

Tourist attractions

Events

  • 2017 Taichung International Flower Carpet Festival[3]

Transportation

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.houli.taichung.gov.tw/
  2. ^ "Taichung City Government ─ Final Countdown of 365 Days of Taichung World Flora Expo; Mayor Lin and the Chairman Band Singing "Rainy Night Flower"". Retrieved 15 December 2017.
  3. ^ Liao, George (24 December 2017). "Listen to the voice of flowers at the flower carpet festival in central Taiwan". Taiwan News. Retrieved 25 December 2017.

External links

  • 臺中市后里區公所 (in Chinese)


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