Know the origin of the names of China’s provinces and landmark buildings!

Liao is called Yanjing.

Datang sleepless city 16 Anhui Province: it is composed of the first words of Anqing prefecture (today’s anqing) and Huizhou prefecture (today’s Shexian) in the Qing Dynasty.

Black for short.

In the Yuan Dynasty, there was Sichuan Province, which was referred to as Sichuan.

Heilongjiang Province: named after Heilongjiang.

It’s expensive for short.

Leshan Giant Buddha 21 Yunnan Province: it is named because it is south of Yunling.

Stork tower in Pingyao ancient city is one of the four famous buildings in ancient China.

It was changed to Jiangxi Province in the Qing Dynasty.

Jilin Catholic Church 6 Liaoning Province: because it is in the Liaohe River Basin, it takes the meaning of permanent peace of the Liaohe River, which is referred to as Liao for short.

It is said that when Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty saw Caiyun at Baiya, he sent people to chase Caiyun here.

At that time, fishermen created a fishing tool called “Yong” (it is made of bamboo and inserted in the water).

Su for short.

Beijing for short.

Shanxi Province was set up in the Ming Dynasty.

In memory of crossing the river and setting up the army here, it is called “Tianjin”, which means the ferry passed by the son of heaven, abbreviated as Tianjin.


Sichuan here means Pingchuan Guangye.

Because the county was set up next to Caiyun, it was called Yunnan for short.

Later, Yong was changed to Shanghai, so Shanghai is called Shanghai for short.

Zhengzhou Millennium Plaza is commonly known as corn Building 9 Shanxi Province: West relative to Taihang Mountain.

Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, commonly known as thousand Buddha cave and Jiayuguan, are known as “the most powerful pass in the world” and Zhangye Daguo Buddhist temple Guizhou Province: Guizhou Province was established in the Ming Dynasty.

Ring Clutch

Lingshan Giant Buddha 18 Gansu Province: it is composed of the first word of ancient Ganzhou (now Changye) and Suzhou (now Jiuquan), referred to as Gan.

The kingdom of Jin was renamed Kyoto.

In the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang changed his name to Beiping, and Emperor Yongle Zhu Di changed Beiping to Beijing.

The Bund Oriental Pearl Tower 4.

Later, when the province was built, it was named Jilin Province.

Mount Tai There is no sunshine at the top of the mountain Lighthouse: Yantai city Lighthouse Penglai Pavilion 11 Hunan Province: South relative to Dongting Lake.

Guiyang scenery 20 Sichuan Province: in the early Tang Dynasty, there were Dongchuan and Xichuan in the south of Jiange, Sichuan Province.

The Ming Dynasty set up Shandong Province, which was the territory of the state of Lu in the spring and Autumn period, so it is called Lu for short.

Harbin Sofia church and Jiamusi East pole square are located at the easternmost end of China’s territory Jilin Province: the Qing Dynasty established Jilin Wula city (now Jilin City) along the Songhua River.

In the Qing Dynasty, Wuchang, the provincial capital, was under the jurisdiction of Ezhou, so it was referred to as Ezhou for short.

Menghuan Dajin pagoda is located on the top of Leiya rang mountain on the Bank of peacock Lake in the southeast of Mangshi, the capital of Dehong Prefecture, Yunnan Province Guangdong Province: it was called Guangdong in the Five Dynasties.

Beijing: called Ji during the Warring States period, it is the capital of the state of Yan, one of the “seven heroes of the Warring States period”.

Liupan Mountain in the territory is also called Longshan, so it is also referred to as long.

In Manchu, Jilin means “Yan” and Wula means “Dachuan”.

Ji for short.

Hubei Radio and television building, Hubei Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium, is located at the 13 th floor of huanghe tower, the third high tech Road, fozuling, Donghu New Technology Development Zone, Wuhan city Zhejiang Province: Zhejiang Province has twists and turns.

In the Song Dynasty, there were four roads, namely Yizhou, zhezhou and Lizhou, collectively known as the “Chuanxia four roads”, which was referred to as Sichuan.

Shu was the territory of Shu during the Three Kingdoms period, so it is called Shu for short.

It is the city along the Songhua River.

In ancient times, it was called Qianzhong County for short.

Because it belonged to Jizhou in ancient times, it was called Ji for short.

Shijiazhuang TV Tower 8 Henan Province: it is south relative to the Yellow River, and the main part is south of the Yellow River.

In ancient times, it was the territory of the state of Qin, also referred to as Qin.

Ganjiang River runs through the whole province, so it is called Gan for short.

Shanghai used to be a place for fishing.

Because Kunming is near the ancient state of Yunnan, it is also referred to as Yunnan.

In the Tang Dynasty, the area north of the Yellow River and east of Taihang Mountain was called Hebei Province in 1928.

Zhejiang is Fuchunjiang River.

Because there is Wanshan (Tianzhu Mountain) in the territory, it is called Wanshan for short.

National Grand Theatre west of Tiananmen Square 2 Tianjin: in the Ming Dynasty, in order to compete for the throne, King Yan sent troops to cross the river south and defeated his nephew emperor Hui of Ming Dynasty.

Because the river is black and green, meandering like a swimming dragon.

Because it belonged to Yuzhou in ancient times, it is referred to as Henan for short.

Shaanxi for short.

From here to Shanghai, it is called Shanghai.

Changsha Helong Sports Center, Yueyang Tower, Tianxin Pavilion, Juzizhou scenic spot 12 Hubei Province: North relative to Dongting Lake.

Eye of Tianjin – Tianjin Yongle bridge Ferris wheel 3 Shanghai: Sea: in the early Northern Song Dynasty, residential areas have been formed here.

It was the territory of the state of Jin in the spring and Autumn period, so it is called Jin for short.

It is located on the East Bank of the Yellow River in Yunji city Shandong Province: East relative to Taihang Mountain.

Sculpture in front of Chaoyang high speed railway station square and North Tower 7 Hebei Province: North relative to the Yellow River.

Nanchang tengwangge 15 Shaanxi Province: refers to the area to the west of Shanmo in the southwest of Shaanxi county, Henan Province.

As the Xiangjiang River runs through the whole province, it is referred to as Xiang for short.

Zhejiang for short.

Hongcun 17 Jiangsu Province: it is composed of the first words of Jiangning mansion (now Nanjing City) and Suzhou mansion (now Suzhou City) in the Qing Dynasty.

Leifeng sunset and Leifeng Tower, the landmark of 2022 Asian Games, the main stadium of Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center 14 Jiangxi Province: in the Tang Dynasty, it was Jiangnan West Road, referred to as Jiangxi road for short.

The Yuan Dynasty was called Dadu.

Guangdong Province was established in the Ming Dynasty.

It was called Yue for short because it was a Baiyue (Guangdong) region in ancient times..


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