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Chiang Mai then slowly grew in cultural, trading, and economic importance to its current status as the unofficial capital of Northern Thailand, second in importance only to Bangkok.

A continuing environmental issue in Chiang Mai is the incidence of air pollution that primarily occurs every year towards the end of the dry season between February and April.Like most rivers in the world, Mae Ping now is being watched.It is being revitalized by the Upper Mae Ping Basin Management Project, undertaken by Wildlife Fund Thailand since 1997, and also joined by Mae Ping community network and Mae Ping Resuscitation Network involving more than 100 villages.It is 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok and is situated amongst the highest mountains in the country.The city sits astride the Ping River, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya River.

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