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Junxian, located in the north of Henan Province, connects Anyang, the capital of seven dynasties, to the north, neighbors the oil city Puyang to the east, borders the digital city Xinxiang to the south, and leans on to the coal city Hebi to the west. It is 165 kilometers from Zhengzhou City, the provincial capital of Hennan.

Called Liyang in ancient times, Junxian enjoys a long history and splendid culture. Dapi Mountain in its south is one of the earliest famous mountains recorded in historical books, and seven ancient building complexes stand in the mountain. Among them, there is a sitting statue of a Buddha of 23 meters in height, which was protected by a building in ancient times. Because the figure of Buddha was higher than the protective building, there was a saying of eight-zhang-tall stone Buddha statue inside seven-zhang-tall building (zhang,unit of length,is about 3.3 meters). In the city, key cultural relics protection sites under provincial protection include the Bixia Palace, the One-Thousand-Buddha Cave, Maitreya Buddha in the Tianning Temple, and so on; historic sites include the ancient tomb group of the Han Dynasty, the site of the Neolithic Era, and the brick carved mural tombs of the Yuan Dynasty, etc. Celebrities include Duanmu Zigong, Wang Fanzhi and Xie Yan.

Junxian abounds in minerals like limestone, marble, shale, and molding sand, etc., water resources like the Weihe River, the Qihe River and the Communism Trench that cut through the city. Due to fertile soil and pleasant climate, Junxian enjoys unique advantages in developing agriculture, and teems with wheat, maize, soybean, peanut, corn, jujube and apple, etc.

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