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County-level city
Country China
Province Hebei
Prefecture-level city Handan
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Chinese 武安
Literal meaning War-&-Peace

Wu'an is a county-level city administered as part of Handan, Hebei Province, China.



In August 1949, Wu'an was one of three counties to be detached from Handan and attached to Pingyuan Province. In 1952, as Pingyuan dissolved, Wu'an returned to Handan.

Administrative Divisions[1]

As of 2005, WuAn had a population of approximately 66,000.

Towns (镇, zhen)

Wu'an Town (武安镇), Kang'ercheng (康二城镇), Niuji (午汲镇), Cishan (磁山镇), Baiyan (伯延镇), Shucun (淑村镇), Datong, Wu'an (大同镇), Yicheng (邑城镇), Kuangshan (矿山镇), Hejin (贺进镇), Yangyi (阳邑镇), Paihui (徘徊镇), Yetao (冶陶镇)

Townships (乡, xiang)

Shangtuancheng Township (上团城乡), Bei'anzhuang Township (北安庄乡), Bei'anle Township (北安乐乡), Xitushan Township (西土山乡), Xisizhuang Township (西寺庄乡), Huoshui Township (活水乡), Shidong Township (石洞乡), Guantao Township (管陶乡), Majiazhuang Township (马家庄乡)


  1. ^ 邯郸市-行政区划网

External links

Coordinates: 36°42′N 114°12′E / 36.700°N 114.200°E / 36.700; 114.200

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