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Your Guide to China>Beijing Municipality , [Chinese: 北京市, Pinyin:Běi Jīng Shì]

Beijing Overview

China's Capital City. the Political, cultural and communication hub of the People's Republic of China. Completely surrounded by Hebei Province
GDP in 2011: 1600.04 billion yuan, ranked No.13 amongst provincial areas and No.2 amongst all cities of Mainland China
Per Capita GDP in 2011: 80394 yuan, ranked No.3 amongst provincial areas of Mainland China .
Population in 2011: 19.61 million persons, ranked No.26 amongst provincial areas of Mainland China.
Area: 16,800 square kilometers
Post Code: 100000
Calling Code: 010

The Location of Beijing in China

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Tour Guide to Beijing: Streets and Roads

East Third Ring Road Zhongguancun St Jianguo Road
Jianguo Road West Dawang Road Zhongguancun South S
Xueyuan Road Guanghua Road Chengfu Road

Tour Guide to Beijing: Tour Attractions
Beijing National Geopark Of Fossil Wood National Center for the Performing Arts
Yanqing Haituo Mountain Badaling Wildlife Park
Beijing Black Dragon Pond Commune by the Great Wall
Pearl Waterfall of Qingliang Valley Inner Court
Beijing Tianmen Mountain Dongji Valley

Geography and climate
Beijing is situated at the northern tip of the roughly triangular North China Plain which opens to the south and east of the city. Mountains to the north, northwest and west shield the city and northern China’s agricultural heartland from the encroaching desert steppes. The northwestern part of the municipality, especially Yanqing County and Huairou District, are dominated by the Jundu Mountains, while the western part of the municipality is framed by the Xishan Mountains. The Great Wall of China, which stretches across the northern part of Beijing Municipality, made use of this rugged topography to defend against nomadic incursions from the steppes. Mount Dongling in the Xishan ranges and on the border with Hebei is the municipality’s highest point, with an altitude of 2303 m. Major rivers flowing through the municipality include the Yongding River and the Chaobai River, part of the Hai River system, and flowing in a southerly direction. Beijing is also the northern terminus of the Grand Canal of China which was built across the North China Plain to Hangzhou. Miyun Reservoir, built on the upper reaches of the Chaobai River, is Beijing’s largest reservoir, and crucial to its water supply.
The urban area of Beijing is situated in the south-central part of the municipality and occupies a small but expanding part of the municipality’s area. It spreads out in bands of concentric ring roads, of which the fifth and outermost (the Sixth Ring Road) passes through several satellite towns. Tian’anmen and Tian’anmen Square are at the centre of Beijing, and are directly to the south of the Forbidden City, former residence of the emperors of China. To the west of Tian’anmen is Zhongnanhai, residence of the paramount leaders of the People’s Republic of China. Running through central Beijing from east to west is Chang’an Avenue, one of Beijing’s main thoroughfares.
The city’s climate is a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate, characterized by hot, humid summers due to the East Asian monsoon, and harshly cold, windy, dry winters that reflect the influence of the vast Siberian anticyclone. Average temperatures in January are at around -7 to -4 °C (19 to 24 °F), while average temperatures in July are at 25 to 26 °C (77 to 79 °F). Annual precipitation is over 600 mm, with 75% of that in summer.
Beijing also suffers from heavy pollution and poor air quality from industry and traffic. Dust from erosion of deserts in northern and northwestern China result in seasonal dust storms that plague the city. In the first four months of 2006 alone, there were no fewer than eight such storms. Efforts have been made of late to clean up Beijing in preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

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