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The geographical location of Shanghai
Shanghai is located on the coast of the East China Sea, where it is located between the mouth of the Yangtze River in the north, and Hangzhou Bay in the south. The city also includes both the municipal area, the surrounding suburbs, and remote agricultural areas. The location of Shanghai is determined by a latitude 31.22 degrees, longitude 121.46 degrees, and a height of 12 meters above sea level, thus the city is characterized by a strategic location that helped make it a rich commercial center and an important financing center in China.
The city of Shanghai is called Shang-hai, and it is one of the most important cities of the Republic of China, it is the most important commercial city in it, and it is distinguished in its role in various fields, including: the field of culture, finance, media, fashion, technology, and the city contains a port of more Ports are congested in the world, and at the present time Shanghai is considered a destination that reflects the prosperity of the Chinese economy, the country’s culture, and its vital heritage. It is worth mentioning that Shanghai is known as the Pearl of the East, and it is known as the East Paris, and the population of Shanghai is estimated at 25,582,138 people, according to a general statistic 2020 AD, and is thus the largest city in China in terms of number It was.
The city of Shanghai is distinguished by its mild seasonal climate which it gained due to its marine location, where the average annual temperature is 16 ° C, while the maximum average temperatures in July reach about 27 ° C, and in January, the lowest average temperature reaches 3 ° C, and reaches The average annual rainfall in the city is about 1140 mm. The city witnesses heavy rains in June, while light rains fall in December.