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Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region


Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region

Situated in southern border area and facing Hainan Province across the sea, the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is bounded by Guangdong, Hunan, Guizhou and Yunnan Provinces. Area: over 230000 km2.

Guangxi has a mountainous terrain and its northwestern part is higher than the southeastern part, with widely spread limestone.

Because the Tropic of Cancer lies across the middle of the region,it enjoys a subtropic humid monsoon climate, with abundant rainfall and sunshine. The annual mean temperature is 17-23°C and the coastal areas are frost-free all the year round.

Because of its karst topography, Guangxi possesses a unique enchanting scenery, especially Guilin has long enjoyed the reputation of having the most beautiful scenery under heaven, and is a famous historical and cultural city and a key tourist area in China. The major famous scenic areas include Lijiang River, Xishan Hill and Huashan Hill in Guiping.Besides, Huaping(Flower Ground) in Longsheng, Xiangbi(Trunk) Hill, Ludi Crag, Diecai Hill, Duxiu Peak,Fubo Hill, Yueya (Crescent) Hill, seaside areas and Liuhou Shrine, etc. are all famous scenic spots.

Specialities: the output of anise, cinnamon bark and mangosteen rank the first in China. Pineapple in Nanning, Shatian pomelo in Rongxian, etc, are also famous. The well-known handicraft articles include brocade in Jingxi and Binyang, shell carving in Beihai, stone carving and ink stone in Liuzhou, etc.


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