Changde was called Wuling and Dingzhou in ancient times. It is located in the northwest of Hunan Province. To the west is Zhangjiajie and to the east is the broad Dongtinghu Plain. With abundant products and beautiful natural scenery, Changde is a "land offish and rice" and an interesting place for tourists. Major scenic spots are the Taohuayuan (the Land of Peach Blossoms) and the Jiashan Temple.
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