Lingqiu county in Shanxi province's Datong city held a culture tourism introduction and marketing road show in Beijing on Thursday.
Located in the northeast of Shanxi province, Lingqiu county is named after the Zhao Wuling emperor and was established in the 11th year of the Western Han dynasty (206 BC-AD 24).
With a population of 244,428, Lingqiu is a place with multiple natural and historical tourism sites including the Lingqiu Museum, Tomb of Zhao Wuling Emperor, Jueshan Temple, Huata Folk Customs Village and Longqugou Organic Community.
Beiquan village, located in the Nanshan district of Lingqiu county, is known as the "North Jiangnan". It has lush trees, fragrant flowers and has won the title of the national ecological cultural village.
The county government signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the travel agency branch of Beijing tourism industry association during the road show to attract more tourists from Hebei province, Beijing and Tianjin to visit Lingqiu.