1. World Map/
  2. Asia/
  3. China/
  4. Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) Autonomous region

Autonomous region of Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region), China

Location of autonomous region of Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) on a map

Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) is a autonomous region found in the nation of China. Home to 3,002,166 people, it is the 32nd largest division in China in terms of population.

Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) gained its current status as a autonomous region in the year 1965. The government of Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) is lead by Losang Jamcan and is based in the autonomous region capital of Lhasa (Population: 118,721).

The most populous cities in Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) are: Lhasa (Population: 118,721), Qamdo (Population: 86,280), Rikaze (Population: 80,000), Deqen (Population: 62,400).

Xizang (Tibet Autonomous Region) Autonomous region - Quick Facts

Country China
Region Type Autonomous region
ISO Code CN_54
Time Zone HKT
Year of Establishment 1965
Capital Lhasa (Population: 118,721)
Head of Government Losang Jamcan
Total Population 3,002,166
Total Area 1,178,577 sq km (455,051 sq miles)
Population Density 2.5 sq km (6.6 sq miles)
This page was last modified on July 24, 2015.

Trending on WorldAtlas