Situated on the southeast of China and south of the Yangtze River Delta, the province covers a total continental area of 101,800 square kilometers. It is renowned for its picturesque landscapes. Zhejiang is one of the most developed regions in China. Industry is the leading sector in the economy with machinery, electronics, chemical engineering and medicine as the mainstays. In addition, silk, textile, garment and leather industries also occupy an important position in the country.
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City on Taihu lake in the north of the province, with a population of approximately 2.5 million including surrounding counties. The city is a major transportation hub.
City in the Yangtse Delta, between Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou.
This category is for sites about Jinhua, a city in west-central Zhejiang, about 130 km south of Hangzhou.
Industrial port to the south of Shanghai. Population approximately 5.2 million.
Located in the west of Zhejiang province and abetting Fujian province in the south, Anhui province in the north, Jiangxi province in the west.
67 kilometers south-east of Hangzhou, the town is famous for its rivers and waterways, and for being the birthplace of Lu Xun.
Coastal city between Wenzhou and Ningbo.
Sites dealing with tourism and travel in the region of Zhejiang.
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Port in the south of the province. The city itself has a population of just over one million.
Port on an archipelago near Shanghai, with strong fishing and shipbuilding industries.
Population approximately one million.