【"Jilin-1" Views the World】The Second Episode of the Largest City

2018-03-02 | VIEW THE WORLD     Browsing Times : 1996


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After viewing "Where is the Largest City?" in the last issue,

Which city you like do you think is missing?

"Jilin-1" Satellite launched the second episode of the largest cities again,

Come to make up for deficiency!


Kabul 

Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, is a famous city with a history of more than 3,500 years, and it is also an important town on the“Silk Road”, the famous trade route between East and West.

Hamid Karzai International Airport named after the former president is located here, and the airport is one of Afghanistan's main international airports and one of the country's largest military bases.


Manama 

Manama,the capital of Bahrain, borders the Persian Gulf and meanwhile it is Bahrain's political, economic, transportation, trade and cultural center. Manama belongs to a tropical desert climate which is characterized by mild climate and beautiful scenery, and it is a good place to travel in holidays.

Overlooking Manama Port in the air, it takes on a strange shape and looks like a puzzle that has not been put together well. The port is an important financial center and trade transfer station in the gulf area, enjoying a reputation of "the Pearl of the Persian Gulf".


Sofia 

Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is located in the Midwest of Bulgaria, and it is a national political, economic and cultural center. Sofia is a charming scenic resort and a world-famous garden city.

The streets, squares and residential areas of Sofia are set off amidst lush greenery, and there are many boulevards, lawns and gardens in the downtown area. Most buildings are white or light yellow, they contrast with the varicolored flowers and plants, and look especially quiet and elegant.


Berlin

Berlin, the capital and largest city of Germany, is a political, cultural, transportation and economic center in Northeastern Germany surrounded by Brandenburg, Land on the four sides.

"Jilin-1" Satellite has photographed Berlin's main train station, Berlin Central Station, which provides both domestic and international long-distance transportation services for travelers to and from Berlin. The Spree River flows slowly through the downtown area from the South, and the whole city seems to be immersed in a green ocean.


Algiers 

Algiers is a port city and the capital of Algeria, and it is one of the largest ports on the Mediterranean Coast situated between the gulfs of Ued Halla and Uedemazaflane like a semi-amphitheatre.

As seen from the satellite images taken from the "Jilin-1" Satellite, most houses on the city streets are built on the hills, tortuous and rolling, and Algiers is also like a pearl shining on the southern bank of the Mediterranean Sea.


Baghdad 

Baghdad is both the capital of Iraq and the world's famous historical and cultural city of Islam. Baghdad, located in the main route of the East and the West, is a necessary route for the international Orient Express.

It can be seen from the picture that the Tigris River runs through the city, and the river bend lies University of Mustan Silia (transliteration) - the oldest university in the world. There are dozens of military, natural, historical and other types of museums in the city, making it one of the largest cities in the Middle East.

 

Reference data: Baidu Baike, Wikipedia