Xi'an - Xi'an, China

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Xi'an - Xi'an, China

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Xi'an (UK: /Si:'aen/ shee-AN, US: /Si:'a:n/ shee-AHN;[2][3][4][5] Chinese: Xi An ; pinyin: Xi'an; Chinese: [ci.an] (listen)), frequently misspelled as Xian and also known by other names, is the capital of Shaanxi Province. The city is located on the Guanzhong Plain and is the third-most populous in Western China after Chengdu and Chongqing. The total population of the city was 12,952,907 at the 2020 census. The urban population total was 9.28 millions. [8]

Xi'an, which was resurrected as a cultural and industrial centre in the region's central-northwest, has been a part of the economic growth of inland China since the 1980s. It also houses many research and development facilities. Currently, Xi'an is a sub-provincial city that administers 11 districts and two counties. [9] In 2020, Xi'an was ranked a Beta- (global 2nd tier) city according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network[10]. The country's ranking ranked Xi'an 17th. According to the Global Financial Centres Index, Xi'an also ranks among the top 100 financial centres in the world. [12] Xi'an ranks among the top 40 cities worldwide based on scientific output, according to the Nature Index.[13] Xi'an also hosts many of China's most prestigious universities, such as Xi'an Jiaotong University and Northwestern Polytechnical University. [14][15]