Wujiaqu is a county-level city directly under the central government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. It is located in the north foot of Tianshan Mountain and the southeast of Junggar basin. It connects with Changji City and Urumqi city. It is the economic hinterland of the north slope of Tianshan Mountain in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. It is also the nearest green channel from Urumqi to gurbantong.
At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, there were five families, Yang, Feng, Du and so on. In order to cultivate land, they led a canal from the Laolong River, which was called "Wujiaqu". Wujiaqu was used as the name of natural town until 2001. In September 2002, the State Council approved the establishment of Wujiaqu City at the county level. On January 19, 2004, Wujiaqu City was officially listed. It is a county-level city directly under the central government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and the location of the division headquarters of the sixth division of Xinjiang production and Construction Corps. The division city integration management system is implemented and managed by Xinjiang production and Construction Corps. It covers an area of 742 square kilometers.
Wujiaqu City is a green economic and cultural industrial city in Western China, a garden ecological city in Urumqi city circle, a modern satellite city with military reclamation characteristics in the suburbs of Urumqi, and a political, economic, cultural, scientific and technological center city of the Sixth Division.
Before the Western Han Dynasty, the Wujiaqu area was the nomadic land of Saizhong and Dayue. In 176 BC, the Xiongnu xiqiyue family controlled most of the western regions and belonged to Xiongnu. In the third year of the Taichu period (102 BC), Emperor Wudi of the Western Han Dynasty set up an envoy Xiaowei in the western regions, which laid the foundation for the establishment of local political power. In the second year of shenjue (60 BC), Emperor Xuandi of the Western Han Dynasty set up the Duhufu of the western regions in Wulei. The Xiongnu conquered Xianshan and led the people to surrender to the Han Dynasty.
In 222, the third year of Huangchu reign of Emperor Wen of Wei Dynasty, Wei granted the rear king of Cheshi the title of "Yiduo Za Shou Wei Shi Zhong", which was called Dadu Wei. To the north of Tianshan Mountain, it was under the jurisdiction of the rear of Cheshi. In the 23rd year of Qianliang's Jianxing (335), the western regions were ruled by Qianliang, and this area was under the jurisdiction of Yang Xuan, the former Xihu school captain of Qianliang. In 402, the first year of the reign of emperor an of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, Rouran broke through the Xiongnu's remaining tribes in the northwest and annexed them. In 487, Gaoche rebelled against Rouran and moved to the northwest of Cheshi. This area was controlled by Gaoche. In the first year of emperor Xiping's reign (516), Gaoche was Rouran defeated and controlled the area again. In 553, Tujue replaced Rouran and occupied the northern part of Mobei. Tujue mugan Khan succeeded to the throne. Tiele tribes in the south of Junggar Basin were under his rule.
After the Tang Dynasty pacified Gaochang and unified the western regions, three states, namely Yi, Xi and Ting, were set up. Tingzhou was set up in the 14th year of Emperor Taizong's Zhenguan reign (640). It governs Jinman, purei, Xihai and Luntai counties. Today, Wujiaqu is located in Luntai. In the second year of Chang'an (702), the Empress Wu set up Beiting Dufu and Luntai Dufu. In the northern part of the city today, there is an ancient road of tens of kilometers, known as the "Tang Dynasty road", which is the relic of the new North Road, the broken leaf Road (from Tingzhou to broken leaf) of the "Silk Road". During the Huichang period of emperor Wuzong of Tang Dynasty (841-846), many Uighur tribes moved abroad on a large scale. One of them entered Beiting, which was called "Gaochang Uighur" in history. Tingzhou was under its jurisdiction.
In 1124, Yelu Dashi of Liao Dynasty occupied Beiting. The Uighur officials of Xizhou belonged to Xiliao, and Tingzhou belonged to Xiliao.
In the fourth year of Genghis Khan (1209) of Mongolia, the officials belonged to Gaochang Uighur of the Western Liao Dynasty and became ministers to Mongolia. In the first year of mengge of Xianzong (1257), Mongolia set up bieshabalihang Shangshu Province in the western regions, and the area around the present city is under the jurisdiction of zhangbali city. In the 18th year of the reign of emperor Shizu of the Yuan Dynasty (1281), the capital of Beiting was rebuilt. In the 20th year of Zhiyuan (1283), the Xuanwei department was set up in Bishi Bali and other places, which directly controlled the military and political affairs to the north of Tianshan Mountain. In 1346, the eastern Chagatai Khanate was established and became its territory.
From the 16th year of Yongle to the 3rd year of Xuande (1418-1428), the Wara forces moved westward and controlled the northern foot of Tianshan Mountain. At the end of Ming Dynasty and the beginning of Qing Dynasty, Wala (also known as weilat and erlut) was divided into four parts. Today, the city first belongs to Heshuote, and then to chuimber nomadic land in Junggar.
In the 22nd year of Qianlong reign of Qing Dynasty (1757), after three dynasties of Kang, Yong and Qian, it took 68 years to pacify the Junggar rebellion, which ended with the victory of the Qing government. The next year, the capital of Urumqi was established. In 1773, it was changed to Dihua Zhili Prefecture, and now the city is under its jurisdiction. In 1884, Xinjiang was set up as a province. In the following year, Dihua Prefecture was upgraded to a prefecture, and six counties, Dihua county and Changji County, were added.
Qiande county was set up in 1928, which is a part of Qiande county and Changji County under the jurisdiction of Dihua road.
In September 1949, Xinjiang was peacefully liberated. The 17th division of the Sixth Army of the Chinese people's Liberation Army stationed in Dihua special area counties to help the local party and government build, and to open up wasteland for production and establish military farms.
In June 1950, Wang Zhen accompanied Peng Dehuai on an inspection tour.
In July 1951, the winter ploughing team of the 17th division of the Sixth Army of the Chinese people's Liberation Army came here to open up wasteland.
In March 1952, Cheng Shui Chang, commander of the 17th division, led a team to survey and build the reservoir, and "Wujiaqu" began to be used as a place name.
In November 1953, the 17th division was renamed as the Sixth Agricultural Division, and the division headquarters was moved from Dihua to Wujiaqu. Wujiaqu was a natural village of three or five families at that time. The six farm farm of the agriculture division was built in the north and south of the five Gorges canal. The Bayi farm was opened up in the area of Wutong Wu, dry county, and the sixteen group farm was opened up in the area of Cai Jia Hu (the ground crossing dry county and Changji two counties).
In February 1954, Qiande county was renamed Miquan county. In July of the same year, Changji Hui Autonomous Region was established (Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture in 1955). The local area belongs to Miquan county and Changji County under the jurisdiction of Changji Hui Autonomous Region (prefecture). In 1983 and 1997, Changji and Miquan were set up as counties and cities respectively, and the local area is still under the jurisdiction of the two cities.
On September 17, 2002, the State Council (Guo Han  No. 83) approved the establishment of Wujiaqu City at the county level directly under the central government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The Municipal People's government is stationed in Wujiaqu, and the management mode is implemented according to the relevant documents. The administrative area boundary of the five Jia Qu city is headed by: the intersection of Huang Jia Zi road and Lao long river, along the South Dragon River, the north side of the lower Haizi River, the old East trunk canal to the 102 group of graveyards, along the 102 group of graveyards and the boundary of the farmland of the Wutong village, to the east of the Gansu Road, 87 degrees 40 '55', 44 degrees north 13 '46', and then along the canal from the Camo road to the Bayi Reservoir, along the flood discharge channel of Bayi Reservoir. From the southwest to nanmengkou, it turns north along the South and west sides of Bayi Reservoir to nandaqu and Laolong River, then goes south to changjiegou through the north and south sides of Mengjin reservoir (the north side of the existing cultivated land in Miquan city), goes south along changjiegou to 87 ° 30 ′ 49 ″ e and 44 ° 00 ′ 00 ″ n, then goes West to Heping canal, and goes north along Toutunhe River, ertongkugou, Gongan main canal and dengjiadagou It is 87 ° 22 ′ 33 ″ E and 44 ° 33 ′ 09 ″ n along the trunk ditch to the north to the boundary canal of company 12 and company 13 of regiment 103, and along the canal to the north side of company 12 and company 10 of regiment 103 (the land ownership line between Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture and the Sixth Agricultural Division) to the starting point.
On January 19, 2004, Wujiaqu City, a county-level city directly under the central government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, was officially listed. The division city integrated management system was implemented and managed by Xinjiang production and Construction Corps.
Before liberation, the five villages, Wutong Wutong and Cai Jiahu were only natural villages with only tens of families. They belonged to the districts and villages under the two counties of Miquan and Changji. There were no administrative organs in Xinjiang.
After the founding of the people's Republic of China, three military reclamation farms of Mengjin, Bayi and 16th regiments and Wujiaqu of the division headquarters of the Sixth Agricultural Division were established. The administrative divisions still belong to Miquan and Changji counties. The administration of industry and Commerce and taxation were managed by the agencies of the two counties. Other judicial and administrative affairs were managed by the divisions and regiments of Xinjiang production and Construction Corps. In 1975, after the establishment of the Sixth Agricultural Division was abolished, the regiment farm belonged to Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture. After 1978, the government of Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture set up industrial and commercial, taxation, price supervision, quality and technical supervision institutions in Wujiaqu to manage the above-mentioned administrative affairs of Wujiaqu and 10102, 1033 regiments. In 1982, after the establishment of the XPCC and the Sixth Agricultural Division was restored, the regimental farms returned to the Sixth Agricultural Division. Wujiaqu, the division headquarters, has become a special administrative unit under the management of Xinjiang production and Construction Corps and the local government exercising part of government functions through industry and commerce, taxation and other institutions.
In 2004, Wujiaqu City was established. The Sixth Agricultural Division and the party and government organs of Wujiaqu City were integrated. The National People's Congress and the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference were set up according to the corresponding legal procedures. Wujiaqu City has three streets: Junken Road, Qinghu road and Renmin Road.
By the end of 2020, five streets were under 3 streets and 2 towns: Jun Ning Road, Qinghai Lake Road, Renmin Road, 102 regiment Wutong Town, and 103 group Cai Jia Hu town.
Wujiaqu City is located in the north foot of Bogda peak in Tianshan Mountains and the south of Junggar basin. In the East, Southeast and south of Wujiaqu City, Bayi Donggan flood drainage ditch, Bayi Reservoir immersion line and Bayi branch waipaigou are connected with nandaqu, laolonghe, Dongba protection zone of Mengjin reservoir, Mengjin reservoir immersion line and changjiegou respectively. Wujiaqu City is adjacent to Midong District of Urumqi City, and the protruding part in the south is bounded by changjiegou in the East and changjiegou in the south The first branch of Heping canal is bounded by Heping canal in the East and adjacent to Urumqi in the West. In the southwest, West and North, it is bounded by Wuwu highway south, Shizhi diversion canal, Toutunhe, ertungu, dengjiadagou, wangganzi to beishawo to the south of baijiahaizi, and Changji and Midong district along qingcaoling to huangjialiang to laolonghe
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