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China Great Mountains and Rivers

China MountainHuangshan Mountain
Aka Mt. Huangshan, located in Huangshan City in southern Anhui Province, the scenic area of the Huangshan Mountain covers 154 square kilometers and is famous for its four wonders: strangely-shaped pines, grotesque rock formations, seas of clouds and hot springs. It also features a natural zoo and botanical garden. Mt. Huangshan belongs to the member of the World Natural Heritage Sites.

Taishan Mountain
The World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site  - Taishan Mountain also known as Mountain Taishan, connected the Tai'an and Jinan cities in the center part of Shandong Province, the scenic area of Taishan covers an area of 426 square kilometers and is famous for its four wonders: sunrise, seas of clouds, sunset glow and the Yellow River of Golden Belt. Besides the stunning natural landscapes, the Taishan Mountain has many famous human landscapes, it ranks first among the five Chinese sacred mountains and is famed for the symbol of the Chinese nation.

Wudang Mountain
The Wudang Mountain, located in northwestern Hubei Province, is a sacred Taoist mountain that is best known as the birthplace of Wudang martial arts. The Gold Hall built on the mountain in 1416 represents advanced architectural style and building techniques of that period.

yellow riverThe Yangtze River
The Yangtze River or Changjiang River is the longest river of China and ranks the third of its kinds in the world. It has a length of 6370 kilometers and considered as one of the two "rivers of mother". The Yangtze River is flanked by picturesque landscapes and crossed by the giant dams. Its most attractive part is the Three Gorges and the Yangtze River cruise is famous in all over the world. This river is one of the main arteries of traffic in China.

The Yellow River
The Yellow River (Huanghe River) is 5464 kilometers in length and the second longest river of China. The Yellow River has the highest silt concentration among the rivers of the world so its color is yellow. It is known as the cradle of the great ancient Chinese civilization and the "river of mother" because the numerous discovery of historical sites along the valley of the Yellow River. Its yellow color symbolizes the Chinese people's yellow skin and the color of the emperor's power.

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