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 Today, the People's Republic of China is divided into 23 provinces, five autonomous regions and three municipalities directly under the Central Government.

Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), also called Xizang Autonomous Region(simplified Chinese: 西藏自治区), is located in the southwest frontier of the People's Republic of China (PRC).

Tibet, one of the five autonomous regions, is inhabited primarily by people of Tibetan ethnicity

The capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, is the political, economic, cultural, and communication and transportation centre for the entire region. It has a recorded history of more than 1,300 years. Located on the northern bank in the middle reaches of the Lhasa River, a tributary of the Yarlungzangbo River, the city is at an elevation of 3,658 metres. The nearly 30,000 square kilometres municipality is home to 400,000 people, with 140,000 living in the 544 square kilometres city proper.

Tibetans, Han, Hui and other ethnic groups live in the city, with Tibetans accounting for 87 percent of the population. Agriculture and animal husbandry are relatively well developed in the areas surrounding the city pro per. A group of vegetable and meat production bases have recently been set up. The region's mainstay industrial enterprises are concentrated in the Lhasa area. There is a network of more than 10,000 commercial outlets in the city. Great changes have come to the city of Lhasa since Tibet's peaceful liberation in 1951, and even more since the initiation of the reform and opening policy in 1979. The urban area has seen the construction of many new buildings combining traditional Tibetan and modern styles, such as the Lhasa Hotel, the Tibet People's Hall, the Tibet University, the Tibet Gymnasium, the Regional People's Hospital, the Lhasa Cinema, the Mass Art House, and the Lhasa Children's Centre. Infrastructure including transportation, telecommunications and energy has developed rapidly. Program me-controlled telephones and a satellite communication ground station have already been set up. A region-wide highway network centering on Lhasa has been formed. In the urban area the roads are asphalt and there is running water and a sewage system.

The 20 to 30 square kilometers Yangbajain geothermal field, listed as a key state development pilot project, delivers ground surface natural thermal energy as high as 107,000 kilocalories per second. With an estimated 150,000 kilowatts potential, it is the largest geothermal power plant currently under development in China. Lhasa has more than 200 sites recognized as cultural relics More than 20 of these have already been opened to tourism soon to be joined by another 30. Main tourist destinations include famous structures like the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Ramoche Temple, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Ganden Monastery, and the Norbulingka and beautiful scenic spots like Namtso Lake, Derzhom hot springs, and the Lhunzhub and Maizhokunggar nature preserves.

The Barkhor Bazaar around the Jokhang Temple at the heart of the old city is a place where tourists can see some of what remains of the city's original appearance The streets around here, lined with closely packed shops, are bustling with activity An endless stream of pilgrims wends its way around the temple, passing by handicrafts and other traditional goods spread out for sale to either side

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