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06-12-2007

 


Covering an area of 82,400 square kilometers, Chongqing governs 38 administrative regions (autonomous counties), 21 districts (i.e. Wanzhou District, Qianjiang District, Fuling District, Yuzhong District, Dadukou District, Jiangbei District, Shapingba District, Jiulongpo District, Nan’an District, Beibei District, Yubei District, Ba’nan District, Changshou District, Jiangjin District, Hechuan District, Yongchuan District, Nanchuan District, Qijiang District, Dazu District, Bishan District, and Tongliang District), and 17 counties (autonomous counties) (i.e. Tongnan County, Rongcang County, Liangping County, Chengkou County, Fengdu County, Dianjiang County, Wulong County, Zhongxian County, Kaixian County, Yunyang County, Fengjie County, Wushan County, Wuxi County, Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, Xiushan Tujia and Miao Autonomous County, Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County, and Pengshui Miao and Tujia Autonomous County). Based on the central downtown, all districts and counties (autonomous counties) of Chongqing seem like a myriad of stars surrounding the moon, constituting a teamed and networked modern urban agglomeration which combines large, middle and small cities in sequence. Nowadays, Chongqing is considered as a megalopolis which has the largest administrative region, the largest population and the most number of administration units in China.
   

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