Bozhou

Bozhou

The prefecture-level city of Bozhou administers 4 county-level divisions, including 1 district and 3 counties. Bozhou features a humid subtropical climate (Kppen Cwa) with four distinct seasons.

About Bozhou

Bozhou is a prefecture-level city in northwestern Anhui province, People's Republic of China. It borders Huaibei to the northeast, Bengbu to the southeast, Huainan to the south, Fuyang to the southwest, and the province of Henan to the north. The prefecture-level city of Bozhou administers 4 county-level divisions, including 1 district and 3 counties. Bozhou features a humid subtropical climate (Kppen Cwa) with four distinct seasons. With an annual average temperature of 14.7 C (58.5 F), monthly mean temperatures range from 0.6 C (33.1 F) in January to 27.3 C (81.1 F) in August. Winters are damp and cold (yet the precipitation is low) while summers are hot and humid. Rainfall is heavily concentrated in the warmer months, as more than half of the annual total occurs from June to August. Bozhou was, in addition to being a prefecture during the Tang Dynasty, once the Qiao Commandry at the time of the Sui Dynasty.

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