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History[edit] The name Zhili means "directly ruled" and indicates regions directly ruled by the imperial government of China. Zhili province was first constituted during the Ming Dynasty when the capital of China was located at Nanjing along the Yangtze River. In 1403, the Ming Yongle Emperor relocated the capital to Beiping, which was subsequently renamed Beijing.[1] The region known as North Zhili was composed of parts of the modern provinces of Hebei, Henan, Shandong, including the provincial-level municipalities of Beijing and Tianjin. There was another region located around the "reserve capital" Nanjing known as South Zhili that included parts of what are today the provinces of Jiangsu and Anhui, including the provincial-level municipality of Shanghai. During the Qing Dynasty, Nanjing lost its status of the "second capital" and Southern Zhili was reconstituted as a regular province, Jiangnan, while Northern Zhili was renamed Zhili Province. In the 18th century the borders of Zhili province were redrawn and spread over what is today Beijing, Tianjin and the provinces of Hebei, Western Liaoning, Northern Henan, and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.[citation needed] In 1928 the government of the Republic of China assigned portions of northern Zhili province to its neighbors in the north and renamed the remainder Hebei Province.

Gallery[edit] A 1682 map of the "Kingdom of China, Presently Called Cathay and Mangi", using the names "Peking" (Beijing) and "Nangking" (Nanjing) to refer to the Northern and Southern Zhilis The eastern half of D'Anville's 1734 map of China, Chinese Tartary, and Tibet, displaying "Pe-tche-li" (North Zhili) after the its southern counterpart became known as "Kiang-nan" (Jiangnan) The Qing Empire in 1820, with pinyin romanization A map from 1861, which shows "Chihli" (Zhili). The former Jiangnan had already been divided between "Kiangsu" (Jiangsu) and "Nganhwui" (Anhui)

References[edit] China portal ^ Susan Naquin, Peking: Temples and City Life, 1400-1900, p xxxiii

External links[edit] Wikivoyage has a travel topic for Zhili. (in English) (in Chinese) Complete Map of the Seven Coastal Provinces from 1821-1850 v t e Defunct Chinese provinces and provincial regions Yuan dynasty Huguang Henanjiangbei Jiangzhe Liaoyang* Lingbei* Zhengdong* Special administrative areas Central Secretariat Bureau of Buddhist and Tibetan Affairs Ming dynasty Huguang Jiaozhi* Special administrative areas North Zhili South Zhili ROC (1912–1949) Andong Qahar Hejiang Hexi Liaobei Nenjiang Rehe Songjiang Suiyuan Xikang Xing'an Zhili Special administrative regions Chuanbian Dongsheng Hainan Qahar Rehe Suiyuan Weihai Areas Mongolia Tibet Provincal fu Nanjingfu Shuntianfu Special administrative municipalities Jingdu Jingu Hankou Songhu Yuan administrative municipalities Beijing Chongqing Dalian Guangzhou Hankou Harbin Nanjing Qingdao Shanghai Shenyang Tianjin Xi'an PRC Liaodong Liaoxi Mudanjiang Pingyuan Qahar Rehe Songjiang Suiyuan Xikang Greater administrative areas Huabei Dongbei Huadong Zhongnan Xibei Xinan Municipalities Anshan Benxi Changchun Dalian → Lüda Fushun Harbin Guangzhou Nanjing Shenyang Hankou → Wuhan Xi'an Administrative territories Chuanbei Chuandong Chuannan Chuanxi Subei Sunan Wanbei Wannan Lüda Territories Chamdo Retrieved from "" Categories: Administrative divisions of ancient ChinaProvinces of the Republic of China (1912–49)States and territories disestablished in 1928Hidden categories: Articles containing Chinese-language textAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from September 2011Articles with Chinese-language external linksPeople's Republic of China articles missing geocoordinate dataAll articles needing coordinates

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