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Anzhou District () formerly An County is a
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of the city of
Mianyang Mianyang () is the second largest prefecture-level city Image:Yangxin-renmin-huanyin-ni-0022.jpg, A road sign shows distance to the "Huangshi urban area" () rather than simply "Huangshi" (). This is a useful distinction, because the sign is locat ...

Mianyang
, in northeastern
Sichuan Sichuan (, Standard Chinese, Standard Mandarin pronunciation: ; Postal romanization, alternatively romanized as Szechuan or Szechwan) is a landlocked Provinces of China, province in Southwest China occupying most of the Sichuan Basin and the ...

Sichuan
province, China. It has an area of and a population of 440,000.


Administrative divisions

Anzhou has 15 towns and three
townships ''Township'' refers to various kinds of settlements or administrative subdivisions in different countries. While a ''township'' may be associated with an urban area, this tends to be an exception to the rule. In Australia, Canada, Scotland and pa ...
.Profile of An County
. *Towns: **Huagai (花荄镇) **Sangzao (桑枣镇) **Huangtu (黄土镇) **Tashui (塔水镇) **Xiushui (秀水镇) **Heqing (河清镇) **Jiepai (界牌镇) **Yonghe (永河镇) **Jushui (睢水镇) **Qingquan (清泉镇) **Baolin (宝林镇) **Feishui (沸水镇) **Xiaoba (晓坝镇) **Lexing (乐兴镇) **Qianfo (千佛镇) *Townships: **Xingren (兴仁乡) **Gaochuan (高川乡) **Yingxin (迎新乡)


References


External links


Official website of Anzhou Government
{{authority control County-level divisions of Sichuan Mianyang