The Guizhou (贵州, Pinyin : guìzhōu) is a province located at the South of the China. Many ethnic minorities, like the Dong or the Miao live there. Composed of splendid landscapes, the province however is visited than the close Yunnan, being given its rainy climate. Guizhou (174.000 km ²) suffered from its broken relief which isolated it from the close provinces. The late arrival of the rail connecting it to the Yunnan, the Sichuan and the Guangxi did not allow the exploitation of its mines of Houille and Phosphate. The inhabitants thus remained as a majority of the peasants. One counts 80 ethnic minorities, of which the Miao , the Buyi , the Dong and the Zhuang . She formerly formed part of old of the old kingdom of Yelang.
Source: World Gazetteer
- the Fall Huangguoshu (黄果树瀑布 pinyin : huángguǒshù pùbù, falls of the tree to the yellow fruits ) which, the top of their 74m, is the most water falls of China.
- various ethnic minorities of the South-east of the province.
- List of the prisons of the province of Guizhou
Languages mainly spoken in the Guizhou
- governmental Site -
- Guizhou - Guide of front transmission OJ
- Information on the camps of work in the province of Guizhou
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