Liaoning is a northeastern province of China, which has an area of 58,300 sq mi (151,000 sq km). Its capital is Shenyang.
Liaoning’s one-character abbreviation is Liao. Liao is an ancient name for this region, which was adopted by the Liao Dynasty (Khitan Empire) which ruled this area between 907 and 1125. "Ning" means "peacefulness". The modern province was established in 1907 as Fengtian province and the name was changed to Liaoning in 1929. Under the Japanese puppet Manchukuo regime, the province reverted to its old name, but the name Liaoning was restored in 1945.
Liaoning is composed of fourteen prefecture-level cities:
These prefecture-level cities are in turn divided into 100 county-level divisions (17 county-level cities, 19 counties, eight autonomous counties, and 56 districts), which are then further subdivided into 1511 township-level divisions (613 towns, 301 townships, 77 ethnic townships, and 520 subdistricts).
Benxi Manchu Aut. County(本溪满族自治县)
Fuxin Mongol Aut. County(阜新蒙古族自治县)
Huanren Manchu Aut. County(桓仁满族自治县)
Kalaqin Left Mongol Aut. County(喀喇沁左翼蒙古族自治县)
Kuandian Manchu Aut. County(宽甸满族自治县)
Qingyuan Manchu Aut. County(清原满族自治县)
Xiuyan Manchu Aut. County(岫岩满族自治县)
Xinbin Manchu Aut. County(新宾满族自治县)
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