Ezhou, a prefecture-level city in Hubei Province, is located in the eastern part of Hubei Province, on the south bank of the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. It is a provincial city in Hubei Province, an excellent tourist city in China, a historical and cultural city in Hubei Province, an important member of the Wuhan City Circle and the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. One of the hubs. As of 2016, the city covers an area of 1594 square kilometers and the city's resident population is 1.0769 million. Jurisdiction over Echeng, Liangzi Lake, and Huarong. The eastern part of Ezhou City belongs to the Gangqiu zone, and the altitude is generally above 50 meters.
Ezhou has a long history. Emperor Yao was the "Fan Kingdom", summer time was the "E Capital", Yin Shang Dynasty was the "E Country", the king of Chu and Hubei was closed during the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Period, and Sun Quan was the emperor during the Three Kingdoms. During the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period, the Chu King Xiongqu divided his son Xiong Hong to Ezhou to build the king of E, which was also the origin of Hubei for short.
Ezhou City is the first batch of reform and opening up experimental areas in Hubei Province. It is an airport-type national logistics hub hosting city, a historical and cultural city in Hubei Province, a hometown of bronze mirrors, and the hometown of the famous "Wuchang Fish" at home and abroad. City "," Hometown of Fish and Rice "and other titles. On August 18, 2007, Ezhou won the honorary title of "Best Investment City in Central China".
Ezhou has three county-level administrative districts: Echeng, Huarong, and Liangzihu, two economic development zones in Gedian and Ezhou, and three directly managed streets in Fenghuang, Gulou, and Xishan.