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6 years ago
The bulk – more than 70% – of Húběi undulates aesthetically into hills and mountains, forc- ing farmers to sculpt the curved landscape into cultivable terraces, and providing slight relief from the summer scorch. The remaining 30% of the province, in the east, is a low-lying plain drained by the Yangzi and Han Rivers. It swivels around the dynamic provincial capital Wǔhàn, a mighty city that simmers feverishly in hothouse temperatures from May to August. HIGHLIGHTS W©hànThreeGorges
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