ChekiangIntroduction:Zhejiang Province is located in the south wing of the Yangtze River Delta on the southeast coast of China. It borders the East China Sea in the east, Fujian in the south, Jiangxi and Anhui in the west, and Shanghai and Jiangsu in the north. The largest river in the territory, Qiantang River, is a tortuous river. It is also called Zhejiang, and it is also known as Zhejiang. The provincial name is “Zhejiang”, and the straight line distance between east and west and north and south of Zhejiang Province is about 450 kilometers. According to the results of the second national land survey, Zhejiang has a land area of 105,500 square kilometers, which is 1.10% of the country. It is one of the smallest provinces in China. Zhejiang is the birthplace of Wuyue culture and Jiangnan culture, and is one of the birthplaces of ancient Chinese civilization. As early as 50,000 years ago in the Paleolithic Age, there were primitive human "Jiande people" activities. There are 5,000 years of Hemudu culture in the territory, and 6,000 years ago. ChekiangSubordinate city: hangzhoushi, ningboshi, wenzhoushi, jiaxingshi, huzhoushi, shaoxingshi, jinhuashi, quzhoushi, zhoushanshi, taizhoushi, lishuishi, .