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It has an area of 69, square kilometres and a population of , Turpan has long been the centre of a fertile oasis with water provided by the karez canal system and an important trade centre.
It was historically located along the Silk Road, at which time it was adjacent to the kingdoms of Kroran and Yanqi. The name Turfan itself however was not used until the end of the Middle Ages - its use became widespread only in the post-Mongol period. The center of the region has shifted a number of times, from Yar-Khoto Jiaohe, 10 km to the west of modern Turpan to Qocho Gaochang, 30 km to the southeast of Turpan , and to Turpan itself.
The peoples of the Kingdoms of Nearer and Further Jushi the Turpan Oasis and the region to the north of the mountains near modern Jimasa , were closely related. It was originally one kingdom called Gushi, which the Chinese conquered in BC.
It was subdivided into two kingdoms by the Chinese in 60 BC. During the Han era the city changed hands several times between the Xiongnu and the Han, interspersed with short periods of independence. After the fall of the Han dynasty in , the region was virtually independent but tributary to various dynasties. Until the 5th century AD, the capital of this kingdom was Jiaohe modern Yarghul 16 kilometres west of Turpan. Sogdians and Chinese engaged in extensive commercial activities with each other under Tang rule.
The Sogdians were mostly Mazdaist at this time. Turpan, renamed Xizhou by the Tang after their armies conquered it in AD, had a history of commerce and trade along the Silk Road already centuries old; it had many inns catering to merchants and other travelers, while numerous brothels are recorded in Kucha and Khotan.