Fengtai

Fengtai (Chinese 丰台 区, Pinyin Fēngtāi Qū) is a municipality of the Chinese capital Beijing. The district has an area of ​​305.8 km ² and is located southwest of the city center. In census 1990 in Fengtai 789.151 inhabitants were counted, 1.369.480 in the year 2000, and 2.112.162 in the year 2010.- The urban settlement was in contrast to the old town only relatively recently. Until the mid-1980s, Fengtai was a rural area. Pigs and goat stables characterized the cityscape and large parts of the area was without electricity. Only since the economic boom does the urbanization take place.

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