Geographic & Historic Maps on Jinzhou and related Regions of Liaoning Province.
This page was last updated on: August 18, 2013
The Jinzhou Report
Introduction to Jinzhou ()
Jinzhou Landmarks & Monuments
Jinzhou & Area Maps
Jinzhou is al City of the North-Eastern Coastal Province of Liaoning, a part of Manchuria. It is one of the largest cities in the region.
Please browse around the City of Jinzhou and wider Area using our Geographic & Historic Maps. Find out more about the City and Area through our many Photographic Reports on the main historic landmarks and Monuments and their rich history.
Among the many landmarks of Jinzhou - no information available.
Jinzhou has one main railway station and no airport.
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Jinzhou Basic Knowledge
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Elevation : Not available.
Surface Area (of City Prefecture): 13,000 Sq kilometers.
Population: The Total Population of Jinzhou City and its Prefecture is around ...
Today's Jinzhou is - no information available.
Map of China during the Rule of the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 221 AD) with the main trading roads of the Empire, the Silk Road and location of Huixian marked.
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In history the city or rather town of Jinzhou ...
Map Trade Routes in Asia in the 13Th Century.
A Schematic Map of the Eurasian Trade Routes existing in the 13Th Century. Clearly marked in Red Accent on the Map are the cities of the network of land-bound trading routes through Central Asia known as the Silk Road (the path of Marco Polo and others).
"Liaoning - Home of the Manchus, Cradle of the Qing Empire"
In Jinzhou City Prefecture the main ethnic group are the Han People.
Jinzhou & Area Hotels
In summer visitors to Jinzhou suffer from overwhelming heat and incredible humidity, whereas winters -as elsewhere in the north and east- are generally bone chilling and extremely cold. In winters snow and sleet are common. Daytime sub zero temperatures are standard from December until late february if not longer.
There is no additional information on the climate in Jinzhou.
Historic Map - China (Qing) Empire in 1910 AD
An obviously non-Chinese but western-inspired and made Map of the Ching Dynasty Chinese Empire in the year 1910 AD, a year in which China's sovereignty has been under threat and siege for over 70 years.
In this Map of 1910 AD, made one year before the abdication of Last Ching Emperor Xuan Tong and the final end of China's Feudal History, China is depicted as in it's smallest boundaries and definition. Most notably Manchuria, and Inner Mongolia, both territories nominally under Chinese Control and under Chinese Sovereignty are depicted as separate area's. Manchuria is the ancestral home of the Aisin-Gioro Clan of the Ching Dynasty.
Other interesting features of the Map and geography of the Time : after the Sino-Japanese war of 1899 AD, both Korea and the Island of Formosa (now Taiwan / ROC) have been annexed by the Japanese Empire.
Treaty Ports, around 80 in total dot the Map of China.
China Report - Colonialism - Growth of Colonies & Japan after 1801 AD
A Map drawing of the Eurasian continent , parts of North-East Africa and the Middle East in the 19Th Century between 1801 AD and 1900 AD. Focal points are the expansion of western colonial posessions of Portugal, Britain and France, as well as Russia moving from West to East. Labeled seperately is the later Rise of the Empire of Japan in the East.
Included in this Map are the main cities across the continent with their brief histories and events during the 19Th Century. Marked in Colors for clarity are the various colonial and imperialist Nations. As relating to China; special attention is payed to so called Treaty Ports. The First Treaty Ports were forced open by Britain in the year 1841 AD, but counted over 80 in total by the end of the 19Th Century. The most important Treaty Ports in China are marked and described with a short history where the map allows.
Colonialism - 1912 World Map of Colonial Possessions & Trade Routes.
A Map drawing of the World depicting the Colonial Possessions as they were distributed in 1912 AD. Superimposed and marked in colors are subsequent changes in Influences Spheres, colonies and possessions due to World War I ( 1914 AD - 1918 AD).
Included in this Map are the main cities across the continents with their brief histories and events during the late 19Th Century and early 20Th century, where relevant. Marked in Colors for clarity are the various colonial and imperialist Nations. As relating to China; special attention is payed to so called Treaty Ports. The First Treaty Ports were forced open by Britain in the year 1841 AD, but counted over 80 in total by the end of the 19Th Century.