Putuo District, Zhoushan
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
(the former county)
The district used to be a county. In 1987, it was combined with the neighbouring county of Dinghai to form the city of Zhoushan.
Basic Information [ edit ]
- District Seat: Shenjiamen Sub-District
- Population: 378,805 as of November 1, 2010
- Area: 6,730 km2 (2,600 sq mi) (459 km2 or 177 sq mi terrestrial, 6,271 km2 or 2,421 sq mi marine)
- Population Density: 825/km2 (2,140/sq mi)
- Gross Domestic Product: 24.6 billion yuan  as of 2011
- Per capita GDP: 64,941 yuan (approximately 10,443 US Dollars)
Geography [ edit ]
Putuo District occupies the southeastern part of Zhoushan archipelago. It includes the eastern end of the archipelago Zhoushan Island, which is the largest island of the archipelago, and many dozens of smaller islands. Among them:
- the small, but famous Putuo Island (Putuo Shan, i.e. "Mount Putuo"). Putuo Island with nearby small islets is administratively organized as Putuo Town within Putuo District.
- Zhujiajian Island (朱家尖), connected to Zhoushan Island by a bridge, and administratively organized as Zhujiajian Town.
- Dengbu Island, organized as an eponymous township
- Mayi Island (literally, "Ant Island"), organized as an eponymous township
- Zhongjieshan Island Chain (中街山列岛), organized as Dongji.
- many others, with half a dozen towns and townships on them
Sister cities [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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