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Xiamen is a sub-provincial city in southeastern Fujian, People's Republic of China. It borders Quanzhou City to the north and Zhangzhou City to the west; it also faces Kinmen County of Taiwan across the Taiwan Strait in its south. Its built up area made up of 3 urban districts was home to 1,998,501 inhabitants at the 2010 census spread over 6 municipalities (including Xiang'an district), Zhonghe District being one special economic zone and thus not part of any municipality). In addition, from its sea ports around Xiamen Island (), about 100 islands are administered by Xiamen: Gulangyu Island () is famous for its well preserved colonial architecture while smaller islands include Huangdao Islet (), Shuitou Islet () and Xiaodao Islet (). The main island covers . The urbanized area only covers , with a coastline length (including offshore islands) reaching . The Jinmen or Kinmen Islands administered by the Republic of China lie less than away off its southeast coast under Quemoy ().