历史沿革History

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    松江古称华亭,别称有云间、茸城、谷水等,是江南著名的鱼米之乡。唐天宝十年(751年),置华亭县。元至元十四年(1277年)升为华亭府,翌年改为松江府。至清嘉庆十年(1805年)演变为1府(松江)、7县(华亭、上海、青浦、娄、奉贤、金山、南汇)、1厅(川沙)。民国元年(1912年)废府,华亭、娄县合并为华亭县,归江苏省管辖。民国3年(1914年)改称松江县。解放后,苏南行政署设松江专区。19583月,松江专区撤消,改隶苏州专区。195811月由江苏省划归上海市。19982月,国务院批准撤县设区。

Songjiang, called Huating in ancient times and also named as Yunjian, Rongcheng, Gushui, etc., is a famous and affluent area in the south of the Yangtze River. In the Tang Dynasty Tianbao tenth year (751), the Huating County was established. In 1277 AD, it was upgraded to Huating Prefecture and was renamed as Songjiang Prefecture in 1278 AD. To the Qing Dynasty Jiaqing tenth year (1805), there was 1 prefecture unit (Songjiang), 7 counties (Huating, Shanghai, Qingpu, Lou, Fengxian, Jinshan and Nanhui) and 1 office (Chuansha) in this area. In The first year of the republic of China (1912), the Songjiang Prefecture was revoked. Huating and Lou County merged as Huating County, under the authority of Jiangsu Province. In The Third year of the republic of China (1914 years), it renamed Songjiang County. After the liberation, southern Jiangsu administrative department set up Songjiang Special District. In Mar. 1958, the Special District of Songjiang was removed and was hosted by Suzhou Special District. In Nov. of the same year, the administration of Songjiang was handed over to Shanghai Government. In Feb. 1998, it became a district of Shanghai, authorized by the State Council.