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Capitol Of China

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Historical capitals of China refers to Chinese phrase Four Great Ancient Capitals of China (Traditional Chinese: ??????; Simplified Chinese: ??????; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhongguó Sì Dà Gudu) traditionally refers to Beijing, Nanjing, Luoyang, and Xi'an.

After the 1920s as more discoveries were made, other historical capitals were added to the list. The phrase Seven Ancient Capitals of China introduced later on, also include Kaifeng (added in the 1920s as the fifth ancient capital), Hangzhou (became the sixth ancient capital in the 1930s), and Anyang (after archaeologists' proposal in 1988, it became the seventh ancient capital); in 2004 the China Ancient Capital Society officially added Zhengzhou as an eighth thanks to archaeological finds there.

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