Linxi County, Hebei - Administrative Divisions

Administrative Divisions

The county administers 5 towns and 4 townships.


  • Linxi (临西镇), Hexi (河西镇), Xiabaosi (下堡寺镇), Jianzhong (尖冢镇), Laoguanzhai (老官寨镇)


  • Lüzhai Township (吕寨乡), Yao'anzhen Township (摇安镇乡), Daliuzhuang Township (大刘庄乡), Dongzaoyuan Township (东枣元乡)

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