NanJing 南京 in time-lapse

NanJing, 'south capital', is the capital city of JiangSu province, east China.

NanJing is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. The others are Beijing (the current capital), LuoYang, and Chang'An (Xi'An).

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