Geographies of Ancient China

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  • This is one of the geographical features of China. It's the Gobi desert which separates China from Mongolia.
  • This is one of the geographical features of China. It's the plateau of Tibet which has many different height levels. The highest point is around 26,000 feet high!
  • This is one of the geographical features of China. It's the Huang He. It's also called China's Sorrow/The River's Sorrow because of how much it floods. It's also where the first civilization of China started.
  • This is one of the geographical features of China. It's the Chang Jiang, also called the Yangzi River. It's the river that goes through and splits central China.
  • This is one of the geographical features that separate China from India. It's Mount Everest which is the tallest mountain in the world. It's around the Himalayas mountains which is another geographical feature that separates China from India.
  • This is one of the geographical features of China. It's called the Qinling. It separates Northern China and Southern China.
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