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Hubei province is located in the central of China, in the middle reaches of Yangtze River and the north of Dongting Lake. Hubei Province neighbors Henan Province to the north, Jiangxi and Hunan to the south, Anhui Province to the northeast, Chongqing Municipality to the west and Shaanxi Province to the northwest. With a land area of 180,000 square kilometers, Hubei takes Wuhan as its capital city.

Geography and climate

Hubei Province has a great diversity in geography with mountains, hills and plains. It is mountainous in the west, north and east sides located magnificent mountains like the Wudang Mountains, the Wu Mountains, the Dabie Mountains, the Qing Mountains and the Wuling Mountains. But the central and southern parts of Hubei are much flatter with Jianghan Plain located there. Hubei is known as "Province of lakes" as there are so many lake dots in the Jianghan Plain. There are two major rivers come across Hubei, the Yangtze River and Hanshui.

Hubei has a humid subtropical climate with distinctive four seasons of cold, dry winters and hot, humid summers.


With a long history and as the source of Chu Culture, Hubei has been endowed with many cultural heritages and relics.


Tourism resources in Hubei Province are quite rich with beautiful natural landscapes, places of historical and cultural interest. National-leveled scenic spots, national forest parks and nature reserve, world cultural and natural heritages, all these categorized attractions could be found in Hubei. Famous tourist sites are listed as Shennongjia National Nature Reserve, Wudang Mountains, Yellow Crane Tower, the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River, Wuhan University, Hubei Provincial Museum.
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