Xiangyang, a prefecture-level city in Hubei Province, is a national historical and cultural city, an important member of the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, and a provincial sub-central city in Hubei Province. It is the main birthplace of Chu, Han, and Three Kingdoms cultures. , "Xiangyang," and "the place where soldiers must fight".
Xiangyang is located in the northwest of Hubei Province, in the hinterland of the middle reaches of the Han River. It is adjacent to Nanyang City, Henan Province in the north, Jingmen City in the south, Suizhou City in the east, and Shiyan City in the west. City etc. Xiangyang County was established in the early years of the Western Han Dynasty; the Sui Dynasty and Emperor Sui belonged to Xiangzhou; on December 9, 2010, Xiangfan City was officially renamed Xiangyang City.
Xiangyang City is located in the northwest of Hubei Province. It is located in the middle of the Han River. The ground spans 110 ° 45′-113 ° 06 ′ east longitude and 31 ° 13′-32 ° 37 ′ north latitude. It is adjacent to Nanyang City, Henan Province, and Jingmen City to the south. It is connected to Suizhou City in the east and Shiyan City in the west. The total area of the administrative area is 19,700 square kilometers, and it is an irregular parallelogram with a total length of 1332.8 kilometers.