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Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, lies at the confluence of the Yangzi and Han Rivers, roughly midway between Beijing and Guangzhou. By the end of 2016, Wuhan had about 10.76 million permanent residents. The city is comprised of three towns – Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang – facing each other across the rivers and linked by several bridges.

Wuhan is the scientific, cultural and educational centre of central China, with its strength in this regard ranking it third among China's cities, behind Beijing and Shanghai. Wuhan boasts abundant intellectual and human resources. There are 52 institutions of higher learning with more than 700,000 students.

Wuhan tourist attractions include Yellow Crane Tower, Hubei Provincial Museum and East Lake. The Yellow Crane Tower (Huanghelou) is presumed to have been first built in approximately 220 AD. The Hubei Provincial Museum is one of the leading museums in China. Especially the artefacts from the tomb of Marquis Yi (Zenghouyi), who lived in the 5th century B.C., is a world unique treasure.


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