Gusu District, under the jurisdiction of Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province. It is located in the middle of Suzhou City and the Yangtze River Delta, adjacent to Suzhou Industrial Park in the East, Wuzhong District in the south, Huqiu District in the West and Xiangcheng District in the north. It is between 31 ° 15'25 "~ 31 ° 22'51" n and 120 ° 31'29 "~ 120 ° 39'03" E. The whole area is low and flat, slightly inclined from west to Southeast, with an altitude of 2-4 meters. Gusu district has a subtropical humid monsoon climate with four distinct seasons. As of June 2020, Gusu district has 8 streets with a total area of 83 square kilometers, including 14.2 square kilometers of Gusu ancient city. The registered residence population is 735 thousand and the resident population is 958 thousand.
Gusu District, with a history of more than 4000 years, is the central city with a long history and profound cultural accumulation in Suzhou. It is the political, educational, cultural and tourist center of Suzhou and the first national historical and Cultural City Reserve in China.
In 2018, the GDP of Gusu district was 70.935 billion yuan, an increase of 6.0% over 2017. The per capita GDP was 74223 yuan, an increase of 6.4% over 2017.
History of construction
In the 11th century B.C., Taibo and Zhongyong came to the south of the Western Zhou Dynasty and were called Gouwu.
The spring and Autumn period belongs to the state of Wu.
During the Warring States period, it belonged to Yue and Chu successively.
Qin, a county of Kuaiji county.
The fourth year of Yongjian in the Eastern Han Dynasty (129), belongs to Wu County.
Sui kaihuang nine years (589), belongs to Suzhou Wu County.
Tang Wansui Tongtian first year (696), cut Wu county to set up Changzhou County, this territory belongs to Wu County, Changzhou county.
In the third year of Zhenghe (1113) of the Northern Song Dynasty, Suzhou was promoted to Pingjiang Prefecture, which now belongs to Wuxian county and Changzhou county.
Yuan belongs to Pingjiang Road, and the territory belongs to the county. In Ming Dynasty, it belonged to Suzhou Prefecture, and its territory belonged to county.
In 1724, the second year of Yongzheng reign of the Qing Dynasty, it was analyzed that Yuanhe county was established in Changzhou county. The county was governed by Shilang Lane (now Yuanhe Road). Today, it belongs to Yuanhe County, Changzhou county and Wuxian County of Suzhou. In November of the third year of Xuantong (1911), Suzhou government and Yuanhe, Changzhou and Wuxian counties were abolished, and Suzhou was established as Suzhou.
In the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the capital of Suzhou was withdrawn and Wu County was established.
In 1912, Suzhou city was set up in the city of Wu County.
In 1930, Suzhou city was withdrawn, and its jurisdiction was transferred to Wu County
In April 1949, Wu County was liberated, and its urban area and suburbs were designated as Suzhou city.
On October 18, 1951, five districts, East, South, West, North and middle, were established in Suzhou city.
In October 1955, the eastern district was renamed Pingjiang District, the Southern District Canglang District, the Western District Jinchang District, the Northern District Beita district and the Central District Guanqian district.
In July 1956, Guanqian district was abolished and merged into Pingjiang District, Jinchang district and Canglang District.
In July 1958, Beita district and suburbs were abolished, and they were divided into Pingjiang District, Canglang District, Jinchang district and Wuxian county.
In November 1958, three communes, Canglang District, Pingjiang District and Jinchang District, were established.
In August 1960, Xujiang commune was set up in the commune of Canglang District, Beita commune was set up in the commune of Pingjiang District, and Taowu commune was set up in the commune of Jinchang district.
In March 1963, Beita district was merged into Pingjiang District, Xujiang District into Canglang District, Taowu District into Jinchang district.
In November 1966, Pingjiang District was renamed Dongfeng District, Canglang District was renamed Hongqi District, and Jinchang district was renamed Yan'an district.
In June 1979, the three districts were renamed Pingjiang District, Canglang District and Jinchang district.
In 2012, Pingjiang District, Canglang District and Jinchang District merged to establish Suzhou Gusu district.
In December 2012, Pingjiang road street was renamed Pingjiang street, Nanmen Street Canglang street and Caixiang Street Jinchang street.
On March 24, 2017, Xujiang street and Canglang street were abolished and Canglang street was merged. Wumenqiao street and Youxin street were abolished and wumenqiao street was merged. Fengmen street and Shuangta street were abolished and Shuangta street was merged. Guanqian Street, Pingjiang street and loumen street were abolished and Pingjiang street was merged.
Sujin street and Chengbei street were abolished and merged to establish Sujin street. Taohuawu street, Shilu street and Jinchang street were abolished and Jinchang street was merged. Liuyuan street and Huqiu street were abolished and Huqiu street was merged.
In October 2018, Hutai community and huchiyuan community of Huqiu street were classified as Baiyangwan street.
As of June 2020, Gusu district has 8 streets: Baiyangwan street, Pingjiang street, Jinchang street, Canglang street, Shuangta street, Huqiu street, Sujin street and wumenqiao street, with a total of 169 communities and 4 administrative villages. The people's Government of Gusu district is located at 510 Pingchuan Road, Sujin street.
Gusu district is located in the middle of Suzhou city. It is adjacent to Suzhou Industrial Park in the East, Wuzhong District in the south, Huqiu District in the west, and Xiangcheng District in the north. It is between 31 ° 15'25 "~ 31 ° 22'51" n and 120 ° 31'29 "~ 120 ° 39'03" E. It is 11.5 kilometers long from east to west and 13 kilometers wide from north to south, with a total area of 83 square kilometers.
Gusu district is located in the Taihu Plain of the Yangtze River Delta. The terrain is low and flat, slightly inclined from west to Southeast, and slightly inclined to East. The ground elevation is 2-4 meters above sea level. Huqiu mountain, the highest point in the territory (located in Huqiu Street), is 34.3 meters above sea level.
Gusu district has a subtropical humid monsoon climate with four distinct seasons, long winter and summer and short spring and autumn. It is warm, humid and rainy in summer and dry and cold in winter. The annual average frost free period is 220-240 days, the annual average sunshine hours is 1965 hours, the annual average precipitation is 1000-1100 mm, and the annual average precipitation days are 122-133 days.
The rivers in Gusu District belong to Taihu Lake Basin, mainly including Suzhou section of Beijing Hangzhou Grand Canal, Xujiang River, Shiziyang River, Shangtang River, Shantang River, fengmentang River, xiangmentang River, loujiang River, Waicheng River, etc.
Most of the natural resources in Gusu district are lake water hot springs, which are mainly acidic silicon hot springs. The hot springs are concentrated in the earth's crust for more than 2700 meters, the average temperature of the water outlet is 52 degrees, the hot spring area is more than 800 mu, and the average daily water yield of the surface is more than 1200 cubic meters. There are Hong Kong China travel service hot spring in Shajiabang, Suzhou Taihu Lake, etc. It has more than 20000 rivers at all levels and more than 300 lakes.
As of 2020, the population of 735 thousand of the registered residence in the Suzhou District was 958 thousand.
Gusu district is an area where all nationalities live together, except the Han nationality. There are 48 ethnic minorities, namely, Hui, Manchu, Tujia, Mongolia and Zhuang ethnic groups, with a population of over 1 people, of whom 6000 are registered residence and 5000 are migrants.
From November to January 2020, the general public budget revenue of Gusu district is 5.799 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 1.8%; the net registered capital is 20.974 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 170.4%; the total retail sales of social consumer goods is 74.553 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 6%; the investment in social fixed assets is 20.871 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 3.4%; the total output value of industries above designated size is 3.538 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 8.9%.
In 2019, the GDP of Gusu district will be 80.1 billion yuan, an increase of 6%; the general public budget revenue will be 6.361 billion yuan, an increase of 2.1%; the investment in social fixed assets will be 23.679 billion yuan; the total retail sales of social consumer goods will be 101.680 billion yuan, an increase of 5% year on year.
In 2018, the GDP of Gusu district was 70.935 billion yuan, an increase of 6.0% over 2017. Among them, the added value of the secondary industry was 6.667 billion yuan, an increase of 1.6%; the added value of the tertiary industry was 64.268 billion yuan, an increase of 6.6%, accounting for 90.6%, an increase of 1.3% over the same period in 2017. According to the resident population, the per capita GDP is 74223 yuan, an increase of 6.4% over 2017.
In 2018, the general public budget revenue of Gusu district was 6.23 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 22.1%. Among them, the tax revenue was 5.9 billion yuan, up 23.7% year on year, accounting for 94.7% of the total. Among the tax revenue, the value-added tax and income tax were 2.471 billion yuan and 1.837 billion yuan respectively, accounting for 39.7% and 29.5% of the general public budget revenue. The general public budget expenditure was 4.945 billion yuan, up 3.5% year on year.
In 2018, the per capita disposable income of urban residents in Gusu district was 59160.8 yuan, a year-on-year increase of 7.9%; the per capita consumption expenditure was 39487.5 yuan, a year-on-year increase of 6.7%. The investment in fixed assets was 23.643 billion yuan, an increase of 0.9% over the same period in 2017, of which the investment in real estate development was 20.91 billion yuan, an increase of 14.1% over the same period last year.
In 2018, the total agricultural area of Gusu district was 4105600 mu. It is divided into 1.1056 million mu of rice, 1 million mu of aquatic products, 1 million mu of efficient horticulture and 1 million mu of forest land, of which the vegetable area is 500000 mu. The total grain output is 2.1 billion jin, the vegetable self-sufficiency rate is increased by 2%, and the land forest coverage rate is 29%. In winter, a total of 1.5 million yuan was invested in the increase and release of fishery resources, and 172000 Jin of high-quality flower and silver carp were released respectively. It can produce about 2000 tons of commercial fish, consume 55000 tons of algae in the lake area, net reduce 5 tons of nitrogen and 1.35 tons of phosphorus, add 7000 hectares of modern agricultural park area and 41000 hectares of high-efficiency facility agriculture area
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