Huangpu District, Shanghai

Huangpu (Chinese黄浦 区, pinyin Huángpǔ Qū ) is one of the eight "inner" city districts of centrally-administered city of Shanghai in the People's Republic of China.

After annexation of the former Borough of Luwan Huangpu has an area of ​​20.46 square kilometers ( of which 0.5 square kilometers of water ) and 947 075 inhabitants (2003 ). The population density is 47,449 people per square kilometer.

Huangpu is a southern city district of Shanghai, which lies on the left bank of the Huangpu River. In the north of Huangpu is limited by the Suzhou Creek. The district is sometimes called the " New Huangpu " and was formed on 13 June 2000 by the merger of the old city Huangpu District with the then defunct city district Nanshi.

In Huangpu located with the Federal Government, the Nanjing Lu, the " People's Square " ( Renmin Guangchang ) and the Shanghai Museum, some of the major tourist attractions of the city of Shanghai.

Administrative Divisions

At the community level, Huangpu is composed of ten road districts. These are: