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China’s first national forest city, topped the list of “China’s Top Ten Summer Tourism Cities”
👆Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou Province, is known as Zhuji and Jinzhu and has a reputation of “forest city”. It is named after the south of Guishan.
👆Guiyang is the political, economic, cultural, scientific and educational, transportation center of Guizhou Province and an important transportation, communications hub, industrial base, and trade and tourism service center in the southwest region.
👆Guiyang is located in the middle of the hilly area of the Central Plains of Guizhou. The terrain is high in the southwest and low in the northeast, with an altitude of 1,100 meters. The annual average temperature is 15.3°C. In 2016, the forest coverage rate was 46.5%. There are 11 forest parks.
👆As of 2017, Guiyang Municipality has jurisdiction over 6 municipal districts, 3 counties, and 1 county-level city. In 2016, the resident population was 4,696,800. In 2017, it achieved a GDP of 353.796 billion yuan.
👆With a total area of 8,034 square kilometers, Guiyang District is a national-level big data industry development cluster area, a call center and service outsourcing cluster area, a big data transaction center, and a data center cluster area.
👆Guiyang is China’s first national forest city, a national pilot city for circular economy, and the capital of China’s summer resort. It has been ranked first in the “China’s Top Ten Summer Tourism Cities.”
👆The name of Guiyang was seen earlier in the Ming Dynasty (Hongzhi) “Guizhou Tujing Xinzhi”. The Yuan Dynasty was founded as Shunyuan City. During the Ming Yongle Period, Guizhou Province was established and Guiyang became the political, military, economic, and cultural center of Guizhou Province.
👆There are more than 30 ethnic minorities in the territory, including 32 scenic spots such as mountains, rivers, valleys, lakes, karst caves, waterfalls, virgin forests, humanities, and ancient city halls.