Nayong County is located in the northwest of Guizhou Province and the south of Bijie City, across the river from Dafang County. Its geographical coordinates are 104 ° 55 ′ 40 ″ - 105 ° 38 ′ 04 ″ E and 26 ° 30 ′ 16 ″ - 27 ° 05 ′ 54 ″ n. because there is a Nayong River in the south of the county, Nayong is the name of the county. There are diaoshuiyan scenic spot, Yongxi scenic spot, dahaiba scenic spot, zongxihe scenic spot, etc. The industrial project has 2.4 million kW power plant, which is located in Nayong Yangchang Town, and Bijie coal to liquid phase II project, which is 30 km away from Zhongshan District of Liupanshui.
In 2018, Nayong County achieved a GDP of 21.8 billion yuan, an increase of 11% over 2017. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 3.5 billion yuan, an increase of 7.1% over 2017; the added value of the secondary industry was 10.7 billion yuan, an increase of 10.1% over 2017; the added value of the tertiary industry was 7.6 billion yuan, an increase of 13.8% over 2017; and the ratio of the three industrial structures was 16.1:49.1:34.9. The per capita GDP was 31867 yuan, an increase of 10.4% over 2017.
About the period of yin and Zhou dynasties, Nayong belongs to Gui Fang, and the spring and Autumn period belongs to the ancient state of Yao. At the beginning of the Warring States period, the ancient state of Zhuo declined and Yelang rose. Most of Guizhou was under Yelang state, and now Nayong is also in Yelang state.
In the 26th year of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty (221 BC), Yelang county and Hanyang county were established. Now Nayong belongs to Hanyang County, and Hanyang county belongs to Xiang county.
In the sixth year of the Han Dynasty (140 BC), Qianwei County, Hanyang County, Pingyi County, Zhuti county and Yuyan county were established. Today Nayong belongs to Pingyi County. In the sixth year of Yuanding (111 B.C.), the county was set up, and Pingyi was changed to be subordinate to the county. In the first four years of the Yuan Dynasty (4 years), Geng Zhuo was the same Pavilion; in the first year of Tai'an of Jin Dynasty (302 years), he set up ningzhou and was under the control of Zhuo and Zhuti. In the fifth year of Yongjia (311), Yao was divided into three counties: Yao, Pingyi and Yelang. Later, because of avoiding Huanwen taboo, Pingyi County was changed into pingman County, and Pingyi County was also pingman county. Today, Nayong was Pingyi County, pingman county and then pingman county.
During the northern and Southern Dynasties, ningzhou was occupied by the Cuan family (historically known as wuman) in the Liang Taiqing Dynasty, and all the counties were abolished. In the third year of longshuo (663) of Tang Dynasty, zhezhou Lashi xiefacheng appeased bilou and other seven thousand people. In the third year of Zongzhang (670), bilou was set up as Luzhou and tangwangzhou. Today, Nayong was the territory of tangwangzhou and Haozhou in the Tang Dynasty, which were subordinate to Qianzhou Dufu and Shuzhou Dufu respectively. But "they are all in Jimi Prefecture.".
In the Five Dynasties, it was built to attack the old. At the end of the Song Dynasty, all the prefectures were abolished, only called Luo's ghost kingdom. Its territory included the original eight prefectures of Hao, Yi, Gong, Qian, Hui, Lu, Tangwang, and the original Yao county. Today Nayong belongs to its territory.
In 1278, Luo's ghost Lord, a Zha, was attached to it and issued an imperial edict to pacify the local people. In 1282, he set up the military and civilian general office of WUSA. In 1282, he set up the military and civilian xuanweisi and duyuanshuai Office of Shunyuan and other roads, and set up the three roads of Yixi Buxue, aqie and along daluhachi. In 1283, he set up Yixi Buxue xuanweisi and the three roads of local officials In charge of the government, Ali is the manager. In the seventh year of Dade (1303), the xuanweisi and the general manager's office of yixibuxue were dismissed, and they moved to the xuanfusi of Shunyuan to yixibuxue in bafanshunyuan. They took achu as xuanfushi, lived in Shuixi, aqong as Tongzhi, lived in Shuidong, and jiangxuanfusi as consolation department. At that time, they led Manyi's office. There were eight in Shuixi. Now Nayong is the territory of muwo, Pude, Puzhong, shibeidong and other officials.
In the fifth year of Hongwu (1372) of Ming Dynasty, Shunyuan was changed into Guizhou, and xuanweisi of Guizhou was set up. In the third year of Chongzhen (1630), xuanweisi of Guizhou was changed into xuanweisi of Shuixi, but only the land of Shuixi was unified. It was divided into Zhongshui, Xiashui and Dishui, gaisanlu, daluhachi and Sanbu tuguan. Each road had four clans under its jurisdiction, and later it was mistakenly named Zexi. At that time, Guizong, baozuo, switchboard, yizhi and Yige were all in Nayong. Today, the villages and towns of Nayong zongling, Yangchang, Lezhi and Juren belong to huozhezi, the villages and towns of Weixin, gukai, Longchang and Zhikun belong to muguze, and the parts of Zhangwei and Yongxi belong to fageze.
In 1665, the four prefectures of Dading, Pingyuan, Qianxi and Weining were set up in Shuixi. Dading Prefecture weaves Yuefu and Legong Erli in Yuanhua, Dayou and Jiahe Erli in yuanhuo, Yongshun and Changping Erli in Jiele, and Renyu and Yijian Erli in yuanmu. Yuefu lane includes villages and towns such as Nayong zhailuo, Longchang and Zhikun, Dayou lane includes villages and towns such as Lezhi, laoaoba, shabao, Wangjiazhai and Shuidong and Yongxi Town, jiaheli includes zongling, Yangchang, Baixing, Shuguang and Yongxi Town, Renyu lane includes Weixin and gukai Town, and Pingyuan Yuren lane includes Zhangwei and baixing town. In 1683, Qianxi and Pingyuan were changed into prefectures and attached to Dading Prefecture. In 1687, Dading Prefecture was changed into prefectures and attached to Weining Prefecture with Qianxi and Pingyuan. In 1698, Shuixi xuanweisi and AWU prefecture were abolished. In 1730, Dading Prefecture was changed into prefectures and Weining Prefecture with Qianxi and Pingyuan Pingyuan and Bijie belonged to Dading. Today Nayong is under the jurisdiction of Dading Prefecture. In 1733, Shuicheng hall was set up. It was under the jurisdiction of Yongshun and Changping Erli (later Chongxin, Shifeng and Suiren Sanli of Pingyuan prefecture). Now Nayong pig farm and Xinfang township (yongshunli) are also under the jurisdiction of Dading Prefecture.
In 1914, Dading Prefecture was changed into Dading county. The former Dading Prefecture was divided into nine districts. Today, the majority of Nayong Prefecture belongs to the first, second and third districts in the West. The office of the first district is located in duijiangtun, Dading county. It governs the towns of Yuezhi, laoaoba, shabao and Wangjiazhai. The office of the second district is located in datuchang, Yongxi, zongling, Yangchang, Baixing and Wangjiazhai Jiazhai town; the West Three District Office in Dading to lie cat farm, jurisdiction of today's Nayong restoration, Longchang, gukai, Zhikun and other towns.
In 1924, Dading county was divided into 11 districts. Today, most of Nayong belong to XI-1, 2, 3 and 4 districts respectively. XI-1 and 2 districts remain unchanged, while xi-3 district offices remain unchanged. They are now under the jurisdiction of most of today's Dongdi, Huazuo Township and Longchang town. Xi-4 district offices are now under the jurisdiction of Xiao Tuchang (today's reform), and they are under the jurisdiction of today's reform, Dongguan, gukai, Yangchang, guoquanyan, kunzhai, zuoyujia and zhailuo And other villages and towns, as well as most of Longchang town, a pig farm township.
In 1928, Dading county was divided into 20 districts. Today, most of Nayong belong to four, five, six and seven districts respectively. The four west district offices are located in dalongchang (today's Longchang town), which governs today's Longchang, zhailuo, Dongdi and other towns; the five west district offices are located in datuchang, which governs today's Yongxi, Wangjiazhai, Lezhi, shabao, shaowo and Zhangjiawan towns; the six West district offices are located in bainitun (today's Baixing), which governs today's Yangchang, zongling, Shuguang and most of Baixing towns; and the seven West district offices are located in Xiaotu Farm, jurisdiction of the current reform, she Dongguan, Dongdi, Huazuo, kunzhai, Zuo Jiujia, gukai, sheep farm, pot circle rock and other towns and pig farms.
In 1931, Dading county was transferred into 10 main districts and 10 sub districts. Most of Nayong belonged to six, seven, eight districts and their sub districts. Six district offices are located in datuchang, which governs the former five districts in the west, and vice District bainitun, which governs the former six districts in the West; seven district offices are located in xiaotuchang, which governs Weixin, shedongguan, Huazuo, Dongdi, vice district offices are located in guoquanyan horse farm, which governs gukai, Yangchang, guoquanyan and other townships; the eighth district offices are located in dadingyiliemaochang, vice district offices are located in dalongchang, which governs the former four districts in the West.
In 1936, Dading county was divided into nine districts, and Nayong Prefecture belonged to five, six and seven districts. The Fifth District Office is located in datingliemaochang, which is under the jurisdiction of today's Lezhi, shabao, Yongxi, shaowo, Wangjiazhai, Yangchang, zongling, Shuguang, Baixing, etc.; the Sixth District Office is located in dadingliemaochang, which is under the jurisdiction of Nayong; the seventh district office is located in xiaochuchang, which is under the jurisdiction of the former seven districts.
In 1941, five districts in the west of Dading county and parts of Shuicheng, Zhijin and Langdai were set up as counties, belonging to the fourth administrative supervision district of Guizhou Province.
In 1950, Nayong County was subordinate to Bijie district. In 1970, Nayong County belonged to Bijie Prefecture.
In 2011, the State Council agreed to abolish Bijie area and establish prefecture level Bijie City, which belongs to Nayong County.
In November 2020, Nayong County officially withdrew from poverty-stricken counties.
At the end of 1991, 12 districts (towns) and 81 townships (towns) were abolished, and 25 science and technology bureau level townships (towns) were merged, including 9 towns and 16 townships (including 10 ethnic townships).
In July 2013, with the approval of the people's Government of Guizhou Province, Nayong County carried out the administrative division adjustment: < ol > < li > Wang Jiazhai town was abolished and Juren street was set up. The former 17 villages (communities) in Wangjiazhai town are the administrative areas of Juren street, which are located in the street communities. < li > < li > Yongxi town of Nayong County was abolished and Yongxi street and Wenchang street were set up. (1) Mujing village, yangjiahe village, yujiayan village, management Village, Liaoyuan village, Yongfeng Village, Xinglong Village, langchangtian village, Yongming village, Chahe village, Shibanpo village, Mulan village, Haiba village, Youyi village, kulihe village, Hetai village, Gaopo village, Gaopo village, Gaoyuan village, Longjing Village, shuangjingjing village, Zhonghua community, farmer's trade community, Park community, ChaLin community, Yanhe village Community and other 25 villages (communities) are the administrative areas of Yongxi street, located in Zhonghua community; (2) the former Yongxi town shaguozhai village, shibanhe village, Huancheng village, huangbaobao village, Houzhai village, zuozhai village
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