Endowed with green mountains and clear waters, Fushun is also one of the modern cities with a population of over one million. It is an important industrial city in Northeast China with convenient transportation. Generally known as Coal City, Fushun is now also reputed as the City of Rocks.
Fushun City is cuddled by hills in the south, north and east. It is a part of Longgang Mount Range of Changbai Mountain Family and has an altitude of four hundred to five hundred meters. The northern part of Fushun is characterized by low and flat highlands while its western part features the plain of accumulations by Hunhe River. The plain is one hundred to three hundred meters high above the sea level. There are Hunhe River, Taizi River, Suzi River and Fu’erjiang River, etc.
Fushun City is the cradle of Qing dynasty. Hetuala City, the original location of the establishment of Qing Empire, is retained completely. Youngling Mausoleum, the mausoleum of the ancestor of Qing Empire, was designated as a world cultural relic on July 1st, 2004. Besides, there is an ancient battle field, called Sa’erhu, where General Nu’erhachi defeated the Fourth Route Army of Ming dynasty. Modern memorials in Fushun include Leifeng Memorial and Pingdingshan Martyrdom Compatriots Memorial, etc. In addition, Houshilin Forest Park and Yuanshuailin Forest Park are tourist attractions in Fushun.
District Number: 0413
Nationalities: there are 27 nationalities including Han, Manchu, Hui, and Korean, etc.
Administration: it administers four districts, namely, Xinfu, Dongzhou, Wanghua, and Shuncheng, and three counties, namely, Fushun County, Xinbin Manchu Autonomous County, and Qinyun Manchu Autonomous County.