59 m (194 ft)
China Standard (UTC+8)
| People's Republic of China|
8 residential communities
Lucheng Subdistrict, Yidu Wikipedia
Lucheng Subdistrict (simplified Chinese: 陆城街道; traditional Chinese: 陸城街道; pinyin: Lùchéng Jiēdào) is a subdistrict and the seat of Yidu, Hubei, People's Republic of China, located at the intersection of the Qing and Yangtze Rivers. It is named after the Eastern Wu (Three Kingdoms) general Lu Xun led a resistance against the state of Shu in this area. As of 2011, it has eight residential communities (居委会) and nine villages under its administration.