Dunhuang county-level city

Dunhuang, a county-level city in Gansu Province, managed by Jiuquan City, is located at the westernmost end of the Hexi Corridor, at the intersection of Gansu, Qinghai and Xinjiang provinces (regions), between 39 ° 40 ′ - 41 ° 40 ′ N and 92 ° 13 ′ - 95 ° 30 ′ E, with a total area of 26700 square kilometers. It has jurisdiction over 9 towns.

Dunhuang is the node city of the Silk Road. It is famous for the "Dunhuang Grottoes" and "Dunhuang Murals". It is the location of the world heritage Mogao Grottoes and the Yumen Pass and Yangguan Pass on the border of the Great Wall of the Han Dynasty. It is one of the four oases in Gansu Province. Since more than 2100 years ago, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty "listed four prefectures according to two passes" (two passes: Yumen Pass and Yangguan; four prefectures: Wuwei, Zhangye, Jiuquan, and Dunhuang), Dunhuang, as a transit station between the west and the west of the Silk Road and the gateway to the western region, has had a grand scene of "envoys meet each other on the way, and business travel is endless on the way". Moreover, the "Old Book of the Tang Dynasty · Geography Records" recorded the glory of "the Lantern Festival in Tianbao, Chang'an first, Dunhuang second, and Yangzhou third".

By the end of 2021, Dunhuang has a permanent resident population of 185300. In 2021, the total output value of Dunhuang City will be 8.383 billion yuan, including 1.216 billion yuan of added value of the first industry, 1.928 billion yuan of added value of the second industry, 5.239 billion yuan of added value of the third industry, 14.51:23:62.49 yuan of tertiary industrial structure, and 45253 yuan of per capita GDP.

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