Overview of Tibet

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    The Tibet Autonomous Region is located in the southwest frontier of China, with an area of more than 1.2 million square kilometers, accounting for about one-eighth of the country’s total area. Tibet is bordered by the Kunlun Mountains and Tanggula Mountains in the north, adjacent to Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province, across the Jinsha River in the east and across from Sichuan Province, and in the southeast with Yunnan Province. In the south, it is bordered by Myanmar, India, Bhutan, Sikkim, Nepal and other countries, with a borderline of nearly 4,000 kilometers.

    The geography info of Tibet: It has a vast territory, unique natural conditions and rich product resources. It is a beautiful and rich treasure land in China. The Tibetans, Monba, Lhoba, Hui and other ethnic groups who have lived on this land for thousands of years are hard-working, brave, simple and intelligent, and are important members of the Chinese nation.

    With its bizarre geology and landforms, magnificent natural scenery, splendid national culture, and unique customs, Tibet has become a holy place for many tourists, mountaineering explorers and scientific investigators.

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