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|Name||Chinese (S)||pinyin||Abbreviation||Provincial capital||Chinese||pinyin||List of county-level divisions|
|Gansu||甘肃||Gānsù||甘 gān or 陇 lǒng||Lanzhou||兰州||Lánzhōu||List of county-level divisions|
|Qinghai||青海||Qīnghǎi||青 qīng||Xining||西宁||Xīníng||List of county-level divisions|
|Shaanxi||陕西||Shǎnxī||陕 shǎn or 秦 qín||Xi'an||西安||Xī'ān||List of county-level divisions|
|Name||Chinese (S)||pinyin||Local name||Abbreviation||Provincial capital||Chinese||pinyin||Local name||List of county-level divisions|
|Ningxia||宁夏||Níngxià||نٍ شيَا خُوِ ذُوْ ذِ جِ ثُوْ||宁 níng||Yinchuan||银川||Yínchuān||ىٍ ﭼُﻮًا||List of county-level divisions|
|Xinjiang||新疆||Xīnjiāng||شىنجاڭ ئۇيغۇر ئاپتونوم رايونى||新 xīn||Ürümqi||烏魯木齊||Wūlǔmùqí||ئۈرۈمچى شەھەرى||List of county-level divisions|
Outer Northwest China (Chinese: 外西北; pinyin: Wài Xīběi) is a term used to describe the territories ceded from Qing China to Russian Empire in the Convention of Peking, Sino-Russian North West Frontier Treaty, Treaty of Saint Petersburg (1881) and other Unequal Treaties. The territories are former parts of far western Xinjiang and northern Outer Mongolia. Historically, Outer Northwest China was part of Dzungaria but was obtained by the Manchus after their defeat of the Dzungars in the 18th century.
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