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Date: 2016-1-19 17:46:47

Brief Introduction of Liuzhou

Liuzhou, also called Dragon-City, is located in the middle of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. With coordinated development, it is a regional central city and a transportation hub based on industry. Liuzhou is a famous historic and cultural city, and is also well-known for its fantastic landscape.


Liuzhou is located in the seasonal area between from China's southern subtropical regions to tropical regions. The time for summer is long, and the time for winter is short comparatively, With abundant sunshine and plentiful rainfall, the climate of Liuzhou is moderate. The average annual temperature is 20.607° C. the non-frost period is about from 209days to 330 days.


Geography of Liuzhou

Liuzhou lies in North Latitude 23°54’-24°50', East Longitude 108°14’-109°45’in the center of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The City is Located on Liu Jiang River. Gui Lin is about 150 kilometers Northeast and Nanning(Capital of Guangxi) is 264 kilometers Southwest away from the City. It is about 300 kilometers away from Liuzhou to Beibu Bay and the neighbouring country Vietnam.


Liuzhou belongs to the subtropical monsoon climate, with mild temperature and plentiful rainfall all the year round. The annual average temperature is 20. 5℃.The annual average rainfall is more than 1400 mm. and the annual average sunshine is more than 1600 hours. The frost-free period is as long as more than 300 days a year.


History of Liuzhou

Liuzhou is the origin of primitive people “Liujiang” in south China. Bailian Cave is where they used to live in 30000 to 70000 years ago. Other heritages of ancient people also include Liyuzui at Longtan Park which was around 7000 years ago and Manwangcheng (about 4000 years ago), as well as some other smaller heritages along the Liujiang river.


Liuzhou has a history of more than 2,100 years. The city was founded in 111 B.C. when it was known as Tanzhong. Liuzhou was the site of Liuchow Airfield, used by Nationalist Chinese and American Army Air Forces in World War II. It was captured by the Japanese army on 7 November 1944 during the Battle of Guilin–Liuzhou and recaptured by Nationalist Chinese forces on 30 June 1945 prior to the Second Guangxi Campaign.


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