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Chengdu, is the capital of Sichuan province, of Southwest China, maintaining sub-provincial administrative status. Chengdu is also one of the most important economic centres, transportation and communication hubs in Western China. According to the 2007 Public Appraisal for Best Chinese Cities for Investment, Chengdu was chosen as one of the top ten cities to invest in out of a total of 280 urban centers in China.More than four thousand years ago, the prehistorical Bronze Age culture of Jīnshā (金沙) established itself in this region. The fertile Chengdu Plain, on which Chengdu is located, is also known as "天府之国" (Tiānfǔzhi Guó), which literally means "the country of heaven", or more often seen translated as "the Land of Abundance". It was recently named China's 4th-most livable city by China Daily.Szechuan cuisine, Szechwan cuisine, or Sichuan cuisine (Chinese:四川菜) is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in the Sichuan Province of southwestern China famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavour of the Sichuan peppercorn (花椒). Peanuts, sesame paste and ginger are also prominent ingredients in Szechuan cooking. Although the region is now romanized as Sichuan, the cuisine is still sometimes spelled 'Szechuan' or 'Szechwan' in United States. There are many local variations of Sichuan cuisine within Sichuan Province and the Chongqing Municipality, which was politically part of Sichuan until 1997. The four best known regional sub-styles are Chongqing style, Chengdu style, Zigong style, and Buddhist vegetarian style.UNESCO has declared the city of Chengdu to be a city of Gastronomy in 2011, mainly because of its Szechuan style of cooking.Chengdu is located at the western edge of the Sichuan Basin and sits on the Chengdu Plain; the dominating terrain is plains. The prefecture prefecture ranges in latitude from 30° 05' to 31° 26' N, while its longitude ranges from 102° 54' to 104° 53' E, stretching for 192 kilometres (119 mi) from east to west and 166 kilometres (103 mi) south to north, administering 12,390 square kilometres (4,780 sq mi) of land. Neighbouring prefectures are Deyang (NE), Ziyang (SE), Meishan (S), Ya'an (SW), and the Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture (N). The urban area, with an elevation of 500 metres (1,600 ft), features a few rivers, three of them being the Jin, Fu (府河), and Sha Rivers. Outside of the immediate urban area, the topography becomes more complex: to the east lies the Longquan Range (龙泉山脉) and the Penzhong Hills (盆中丘陵); to the west lie the Qionglai Mountains, which rise to 5,364 metres (17,598 ft) in Dayi County. The lowest point in Chengdu Prefecture, at 378 metres (1,240 ft), lies in the southeast in Jintang County.


成都,是中国西南地区的四川省省会,保持省级行政地位。成都也是中国西部最重要的经济中心,交通和通讯枢纽之一。根据2007年中国最佳投资城市公众评选,成都被选为中国280个城市中心投资的十大城市之一。四千多年前,史前青铜时代的文化Jīnshā(金沙)在这个地区建立了自己的地位。成都所在的肥沃的成都平原,也被称为“天府之国”(TiānfǔzhiGuó),字面意思是“天国”,或者更常被看作是“丰富之国”。它最近被中国日报评为中国第四大宜居城市。川菜,四川菜或川菜(中国菜:四川菜)是一种源自中国西南四川省的中国菜,风格大胆,特别是由大蒜和辣椒自由使用产生的刺激性和辛辣味,以及四川胡椒(花椒)的独特风味。花生,芝麻酱和生姜也是四川烹饪的重要成分。虽然该地区现在已被罗马化为四川,但美国的菜肴有时拼写为“Szechuan”或“Szechwan”。四川省和重庆市有很多地方的四川菜,直到1997年才是四川的政治部分。四个最着名的地区分风格是重庆风格,成都风格,自贡风格和佛教素食风格。 2011年,成都市宣布成为一个美食城,主要是因为它的四川烹饪风格。成都位于四川盆地的西部边缘,坐落在成都平原;占主导地位的地形是平原。该县的纬度范围为30°05'至31°26'N,而其经度范围为102°54'至104°53'E,从东到西延伸192公里(119英里),166公里( 103英里)南向北,管理12,390平方公里(4,780平方英里)的土地。邻近的县有德阳(NE),紫阳(SE),眉山(S),雅安(SW)和Ngawa藏羌自治州(N)。市区海拔500米(1600英尺),有几条河流,其中三条河流是晋河,府河和沙河。在直辖市区之外,地形变得更加复杂:东面是龙泉山脉和盆中丘陵(Penzhong Hills);西面是Q Mountains山脉,长达5,364米(17,598英尺) )在大邑县。成都地区最低点378米(1,240英尺),位于金堂县东南部。




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