Kashgar

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Kashgar or Kashi (Uyghur: قەشقەر‎, ULY: Qeshqer, UPNY: K̡ǝxk̡ǝr?, Chinese: 喀什 pinyin: Kāshí, Persian, Urdu, Hindustani: کاشغر / कशगार) is an oasis city with approximately 350,000 residents in the western part of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. Kashgar is the administrative centre of Kashgar Prefecture which has an area of 162,000 km² and a population of approximately 3.5 million.[2]

The city covers an area of 15 km². The altitude averages 1,289.5 m/4,282 ft. above sea level. The city is located in the western extreme of China.

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