Liaoxi

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former province of the People's Republic of China
辽西省
Liaoxi Province

(1949-1954)
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Capital Jinzhou

Liaoxi (simplified Chinese :辽西省; traditional Chinese :遼西省; pinyin :Liáoxī Shěng) was a former province in Northeast China, located in what is now part of Liaoning and Jilin provinces. It existed from 1949 to 1954, and its capital was Jinzhou.

Administrative division

NameAdministrative SeatSimplified ChineseHanyu PinyinSubdivisions
Jinzhou Jinzhou锦州市Jǐnzhōu Shì7 districts
Siping Siping四平市Sìpíng Shì5 districts
Shanhaiguan Shanhaiguan山海关市Shānhǎiguān Shìnone
Fuxin Fuxin阜新市Fùxīn Shì3 districts
directly-controlled21 counties

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