Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is one of the 8 prefecture-level administrative regions of Qinghai Province. Located in Maqin County, Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is located in the southeast of Qinghai Province, bordering Gannan Prefecture and Huangnan Prefecture in the east, Aba Autonomous Prefecture and Garzi Prefecture in the south, Yushu Prefecture in the west, and Haixi Prefecture and Hainan Prefecture in the north. Located at the junction of Andokangba culture, it is an important part of Henan Silk Road and Tangbo Ancient Road. It is the hometown of Gesar culture in China and a typical epitome of natural and cultural resources on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. According to the seventh census, as of midnight on November 1, 2020, the permanent population of Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture was 215,573.
Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is 4200 meters above sea level, for the plateau continental climate. Guoluo Quan has jurisdiction over 6 counties with a total area of 76,442 square kilometers, accounting for 10.545% of the area of Qinghai Province and ranking eighth among 30 ethnic minority autonomous prefectures in China. In 2020, the GDP of Guoluo Prefecture was 4.889 billion yuan.
In Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, there are Animaqen Peak and Nian Baoyuze peak; There are Zhaling Lake and Eling Lake, which are called Bai Hai God Lake in ancient times, and the historical story of Tibetan and Han marriage; There are Laga, white jade, Charang and other famous temples and cultural landscape. Due to its special geographical location and natural environment, the whole territory of the autonomous prefecture has been included in the country's largest natural environment reserve - "Sanjiangyuan" nature Reserve.
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