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The Yangtze River flows from west to east geographically. Throughout history this mighty river, divides the territory of China into two parts, with the North and South both taking the Yangtze River as their boundary. The initial origin of Nanjing City firstly comes from important influence of Yangtze River, which was the natural moat for defending against the north nationalities’ invasion. In modern times, the Yangtze River is the important landscape boundary through the city, the important cityscape site and tourist destination, as well as the symbol of geography, history and culture. Relying on the natural moat, the Kingdom of Wu selected Nanjing as his capital, which allowed him to guard the vast region to the south of Yangtze River.
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- The Yangtze River Impacts and Early Nanjing Geography
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