Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province . It lies at the confluence of the Changjiang River (Yangtze River and Hanjiang Rivers .
it consists of three towns: Wuchang , Hankou and Hanyang that face each other across the two rivers and are linked by two giant bridges. The name Wuhan comes from the combination of the names of the three districts .
Wuhan is also a major industrial, financial, scientific, and educational center in central China.
Wuhan covers an area of 8,406 square kilometers (3,246 square miles) with a population estimated at 7,860,000.
Wuhan is multy national city beside Han Chinese ethnicity, you can also find Hui (Chinese Muslem), Ming, Manchu, Miao, Tujia, Mongolian and many other smaller ethnic minorities living or working in Wuhan.
Wuhan has a subtropical climate with four distinct seasons: Winter (November to February), Spring (March to May), Summer (June to August) and Autumn (September to early November). The ideal travel months are March-June and September-November. Travelers are advised to avoid the scorching summer period of June to August, and the cold winter from November to late January.
Summer in Wuhan is well-known for its heat and high humidity and temperatures can reach up to 45 ‘C (113 F). Unlike most areas in northern China, which have dry-heat summers. Wuhan, along with Chongqing and Nanjing, are known as the three furnaces of China due to their extreme summer heat.
With a history that dates back more than 3500 years, Wuhan is one of the “Chinese Famous Cities of History and Culture”. Here and around East Lake you will find historical sites and beautiful nature. The main landmark inside the city is the Yellow Crane Tower.
Since 1927 Wuhan has comprised of three cities, Hankou, Hanyang, and Wuchang, which are located where the Han and Xunshi rivers join the Yangtze (Chan Jiang).
There is so much to see and experience in and around Wuhan. Wuhan.com will help you to find some of the pearls of this excellent city, the city of the “White Clouds and Yellow Crane” legend.