The city of Wuhan is located at the mouth of the Hanshui River into the Yangtze and along the Beijing-Guangzhou railway line. The urban area consists of Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang. This provincial capital has a population of 10 million.
Wuhan is one of the well-known historical cultural cities of China. It was called Jiangxia in the past. At the end of the Eastern Han dynasty, the city of “Queyue” was built here. During the Three Kingdoms period, the Wu king Sun Quan had the city “Xiakou” built on the Sheshan Mountain in Wuchang. Hankou developed into a famous trading market at the beginning of the Ming period and is one of the four famous market towns in China in ancient times. in 1926, the city of Hankou was founded here. in 1949, the 0. g. three cities built up to the city of Wuhan.
Wuhan is located in subtropical zone with a humid monsoon climate, in summer it is very hot. The highest temperature in July or August reaches over 40C, is one of the three hottest cities in China.
Wuhan has a revolutionary tradition. The revolution of 1911 first took place in Wuchang. The Northern Campaign Army took Hankou as their capital after capturing Wuchang.
Wuhan has many tourist attractions such as Donghu Lake, Guiyuan Temple, Guqintai, Guishan Mountain and Huanghe Tower
From Wuhan, you can take a fascinating boat trip through the three gorges and the famous cities along the Yangtze River.