2F, Xiongbala Hotal, No.28, Jiangsu Road, Lhasa Xizang, 850000 China
Lhasa is the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. The city is home to the Potala Palace and the Norbulingka Palace, both cultural relics and World Heritage Sites, and regarded as the holiest sites in Tibet. At an altitude of approximately 3,650 metres (11,975 feet), Lhasa is China’s highest city and the highest capital city in the world.
Lhasa is the economic center of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the PRC and its industries include agriculture and animal husbandry, manufacturing, handicrafts, mining, and tourism. Agriculture and husbandry in Lhasa is fairly developed, primarily including highland barley and winter wheat. Lhasa has a developed manufacturing base and includes textiles, leathers, plastics, matches, embroidery, handicrafts and rugs, chemicals, and automobiles. Mining is also conducted near Lhasa, primarily in copper, lead, and zinc.
Tourism is now a significant source of revenue for the region, building on the attractiveness of the Potala Palace, the spectacular Himalayan landscape, and the many wild plants and animals native to the high altitudes of Central Asia.
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