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With a long history, Anhui owns 15 places of interests which belong to national main cultural relic protection units, 331 places of interests which belong to provincial cultural relic protection units, 3 national famous historical culture cities and 11 provincial famous historical culture cities.
Hebei was one of the earliest developed regions in China. It has taken an important place in Chinese history.
Shanxi, situated in the eastern part of the Huangtu Plateau in north China, is one of the cradles of earliest civilization. The province borders the Yellow River to the west and the Taihang Mountain to the east. Shanxi is famous for its natural resources, among which coal is the most abundant one, and it accounts for one third of China's coal deposits.
Jilin, meaning in Man language "along the river", is situated in the central part of the Northeast China. It borders on Korea and Russia. The weather here is cold. There are many tourist attractions including the Changbai Mountain, Songhua River, Yalu River, Tumen River and many other scenic spots. Jilin Province is also an industrial base with automobile industry, chemical industry, electric power industry and forestry. The capital city is Changchun, which is also known as "the movie city" and "the automobile city".
Located on the southern tip of the Eastern Liaoning Peninsula, Dalian has a superb geographical location and serves as a gateway to Beijing and Tianjin, with the Yellow Sea to the east, the Bohai Sea to the west, and with Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang (the three northeastern provinces) and part of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region to the north. The ideal location, agreeable climate and beautiful scenery has enabled Dalian to become one of Northern China's most important center of international shipping, finance, business, tourism and information. Dalian is a city privileged with a provincial economic administration.
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