Suining

Suining (Chinese 遂宁 市, pinyin Suining Shì) is a prefecture-level city in the mountainous southwest China's Sichuan Province. Suining covers an area of ​​5,326 and about 3,720,000 inhabitants (2002). The Census in 2000, however, 3,477,013 residents were counted. Suining is made up of two districts and three counties: * District Chuanshan (船 山区), 618 square kilometers, about 670,000 inhabitants (2002); * District Anju (安居 区), 1,258 km², about 750,000 inhabitants (2002), in this district is the large village Lanjiang (拦江 镇); * Circle Pengxi (蓬溪县) 1,251 km², about 750,000 inhabitants (2002), capital: greater community Chicheng (赤 城镇); * Circle Shehong (射洪县) km² 1496, about 1.03 million inhabitants (2002), capital: greater community Taihe (太和镇); * District Daying (大 英 县), 703 square kilometers, about 520,000 inhabitants (2002), capital: greater community Penglai (蓬莱 镇). Located in the urban area Guangde Temple (广 德 寺, guǎngdé sì) is on the list of monuments of the People's Republic of China. District level Sichuan Bazhong | Chengdu | Dazhou | Deyang | Garzê (Ganzi) | Guang'an | Guangyuan | Leshan | Liangshan | Luzhou | Meishan | Mianyang | Nanchong | Neijiang | Ngawa (Aba) | Panzhihua | Suining | Ya'an | Yibin | Ziyang | Zigong

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