The 6 most aggrieved cities in China, although "expensive" as provincial capitals, each one has no sense of existence

time:2023-02-09 06:49:11 source:kilakilavilla.com author:Riding
The 6 most aggrieved cities in China, although "expensive" as provincial capitals, each one has no sense of existence

China has a total of 34 provincial-level administrative regions, of which 23 are provinces. If you were given time to name the capital cities of the provinces, how many do you think you would need a few minutes? Yes, when my friend asked me this question, I thought I could easily pass the test, but I didn't expect that I was "killed" in the 2nd minute, the 8th city - Hefei, Anhui. In everyone's impression, the provincial capital usually represents the political and economic center of a province, and it is also the first city that people think of when they mention this province. But it turns out that not all provincial capitals have such a strong sense of presence...

Hebei·Shijiazhuang

Compared with other provincial capitals, Brothers and sisters who have business card-style memory points - "the core of Gyeonggi" Baoding, "historical city" Handan, "economically important city" Tangshan, "the back garden of the capital" Chengde, "Grassland Tianlu" Zhangjiakou, etc., were still in the north a hundred years ago. Shijiazhuang, a small village, seems a little lackluster. Therefore, it always emphasizes its status as the provincial capital. It also has the heart to establish its own provincial capital status. In order to change the appearance, many Chinese and Western buildings have been built, but in the eyes of outsiders, it is even more nondescript. Therefore, it has gone farther and farther on the road of being ridiculed, and people jokingly call it "International Village".

Shandong·Jinan

Jinan, which is located in the south of the Jishui River, is named after Mount Tai in the south and across the Yellow River in the north. She is prosperous because of the spring water, almost all Chinese people have swam in her spring in Chinese class: "On the bridge outside the west gate, I saw a stream of living water, shallow and fresh, flowing from south to north. "Some of these springs are rolling with white waves, like silver flowers in full bloom. Some are crystal clear, like pearls scattered..." "The three water columns are the size of a well, and they rise, rise, rise, always so crystal clear, so Lively, it seems to never tire." But whether it is the public opinion in the province or outside the province, after seeing Qingdao's performance, compared with Jinan's obscurity, they can't help but let out a sigh.

Guangxi·Nanning

On both sides of the cloud-shrouded river, futuristic skyscrapers rise from the ground; Brocade. Benefiting from the subtropical climate of "abundant rain and heat, and evergreen at four seasons", Nanning is half a city with green trees and half a city tower. "Grass does not dry up in winter, and flowers do not bloom in spring." Nanning is a young city moving towards modernization, and it is also a natural garden with Lingnan style. When it comes to Guangxi, many people can think of Guilin with the best landscapes in the world, or Liuzhou, which is famous for its snail powder, and even Beihai with "long flat beaches and fine white sand", but very few people think of Nanning.

Fujian·Fuzhou

Fuzhou, also known as Rongcheng. It has stepped out of the torrent of history, and it has been more than 2,200 years without realizing it. The world calls it "Zou Lu by the sea" and praises it as "a blessed state". Fuzhou, Fuzhou. A single word "Fu" condenses the Chinese people's greatest expectations and best wishes. Writer Yu Dafu once lived in Fuzhou, and he described Fuzhou as follows in "Fujian Travel Notes": "The terrain of Fujian is surrounded by mountains on three sides and a stream of water in the middle. "Round mountains and fertile fields, send rivers to kiss the sea", Fuzhou is in the "blessing". However, most people do not have a clear understanding of Fuzhou, the provincial capital: Xiamen in the same province is an Internet celebrity known for literature, art and romance; Wuyi Mountain, which is close to the mainland, is famous across the country for its "Dahongpao"; the dreamy Xiapu is a mysterious shadow of the sea. became a photography mecca.

Jiangxi·Nanchang

Once upon a time, poets described this place as "the treasures of wealth and beauty, and the outstanding people"; now, people describe it as "the prosperous place in the south in ancient times, but it is difficult to find it now. Prosperous Land". More than 1,300 years ago, 26-year-old Wang Bo went to Jiaozhi (now northern Vietnam) to visit relatives, passed through Jiangxi, and wrote an ancient masterpiece during the banquet at Tengwang Pavilion, making Nanchang, the "old county of Yuzhang and the new residence of Hongdu", famous all over the world. More than 1,300 years later, although Nanchang is "expensive" as the provincial capital, its popularity is far below the surrounding brothers and sisters, and it has become the most inconspicuous among the provincial capital cities in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Its competitors Changsha and Wuhan are frequent visitors on the Internet, but it seems to only appear in the competition of second-tier cities.

Anhui·Hefei

Hefei, named after the origin of both the Dongfei River and the Nanfei River, is a city with An ancient city with a history of more than 2000 years. Hefei County was established in Qin Dynasty. From Sui to Ming and Qing Dynasties, Hefei was always the government office of Luzhou, so it was also called "Luzhou" and "Luyang". In addition, Hefei is also the hometown of a number of historical celebrities such as Zhou Yu, Bao Zheng, and Li Hongzhang. Hefei has officially become the capital of Anhui Province for only a few decades. The reason why it has become the provincial capital is because it is neither east nor south nor west nor north, and extends in all directions, but its shortcomings also come from this. In terms of historical and cultural connotation, Hefei is inferior to Anqing and ancient Huizhou, which are famous in Anhui Province; in terms of shipping traffic, it is inferior to Anqing and Wuhu along the Yangtze River and Bengbu along the Huai River. Today's topic, which of the six provincial capitals above do you think has the least sense of existence? -End-

(Responsible editor:Cross-country)

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