Wuyishan, Fujian

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Wuyishan

武夷山市Wuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_0_0

CountryWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_1_0 People's Republic of ChinaWuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_1_1
ProvinceWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_2_0 FujianWuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_2_1
Prefecture-level cityWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_3_0 NanpingWuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_3_1
SubdistrictWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_4_0 Chong'an SubdistrictWuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_4_1
GovernmentWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_5_0
CPC City Committee SecretaryWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_6_0 Ma BigangWuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_6_1
Time zoneWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_7_0 UTC+8 (China Standard)Wuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_7_1
WebsiteWuyishan, Fujian_header_cell_0_8_0 Wuyishan, Fujian_cell_0_8_1

Wuyishan City (Chinese: 武夷山市; pinyin: Wǔyíshān Shì) is a county-level city in the municipal region of Nanping, in the northwest of Fujian province, People's Republic of China, bordering Jiangxi province to the northwest. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_0

It corresponds to the former Chong'an County. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_1

Natural and cultural heritage Wuyishan, Fujian_section_0

A local subsection of the Wuyishan Mountain range, which forms the entirety of the geological and political divide between the provinces of Fujian and Jiangxi, is a front-rank national park called simply Wuyi Mountains. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_2

Since 1999 the park zone has been recognised by UNESCO as part of the world's natural and cultural heritage. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_3

Cultural sites within the zone include the original cultivation ground of the Dahongpao tea variety, and a villa retreat used by Zhu Xi, a Confucian revivalist scholar-official of the rump or Southern Song Empire. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_4

South of the zone, just short of the City's border with Jianyang District, is a major archaeological excavation of the vanished State of Yue (越). Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_5

Not far from Wuyishan, the Jiyufang Laolong kiln (吉玉坊老龍窯), located in a village near the town of Shuiji, has been able to restart production of Jian ware using original clay. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_6

Administration Wuyishan, Fujian_section_1

The city executive, legislature and judiciary are in Chong'an Subdistrict (崇安街道), together with the CPC and PSB branches. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_7

There are two other subdistricts: Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_8

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  • Xinfeng (新丰街道) – formerly Chengdong Township (城东乡)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_0_0
  • Wuyi (武夷街道) – formerly Wuyi Town (武夷镇)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_0_1

Towns Wuyishan, Fujian_section_2

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  • Xingcun (星村镇) – embarkation for raft tours down the Jiuqu Brook (九曲溪)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_1_2
  • Xingtian (兴田镇)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_1_3
  • Wufu (五夫镇)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_1_4

Townships Wuyishan, Fujian_section_3

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  • Shangmei (上梅乡)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_2_5
  • Wutun (吴屯乡)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_2_6
  • Langu (岚谷乡)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_2_7
  • Yangzhuang (洋庄乡)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_2_8

Transportation Wuyishan, Fujian_section_4

The Nanping Wuyishan Airport serves the Wuyishan area. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_9

The Hengfeng–Nanping Railway and Hefei–Fuzhou High-Speed Railway pass through Wuyishan. Wuyishan, Fujian_sentence_10

Specialty Wuyishan, Fujian_section_5

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  • Langu Smoked Goose (岚谷熏鹅)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_3_9
  • Paddy Carp (稻花鱼)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_3_10
  • Ching Ming Fruit (清明果)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_3_11
  • Gui Jie (簋芥: transliteration)Wuyishan, Fujian_item_3_12

Sister cities Wuyishan, Fujian_section_6

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  • 12 Jul., 2005Wuyishan, Fujian_item_4_13
  • 30 Jun., 2009Wuyishan, Fujian_item_4_14

Climate Wuyishan, Fujian_section_7

See also Wuyishan, Fujian_section_8

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