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World Heritage Site #640 :: Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area

World Heritage Site #640 :: Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area

State Property: China Location: The Wulingyuan District of the City of Dayong, Hunan Province GPS: N29 19′ 59.988″, E110 30′ 0″ Date of Inscription: 1992 Criteria: (vii) Property : 26,400 ha Lies in Wulingyuan District of the city of Dayong, Hunan Province, some 270km from the capital of Changsha. The total area is 26,40Oha, with […]

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Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area :: Location and Tourist Maps

Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area :: Location and Tourist Maps

Location Map GPS Coordinates: N29.33333, E110.50000 Tourist Maps

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About Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area

About Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area

Billions of years ago, Wulingyuan was a vast expanse of the ocean, and the continual changes to nature in the past billions of years created Wulingyuan’s current landscape of gritstone forests and valleys. In the area, you can see rare plants and flowers, thrifty pines and cypresses, unique stones and mountain peaks, as well as […]

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OK, brave guy, you go first

OK, brave guy, you go first

By Tan Zongyang and Feng Zhiwei (China Daily) CHANGSHA / BEIJING – Jutting out from a sheer cliff 1,430 meters high, the glass skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park makes mice of men. “My girlfriend blamed me for not acting bravely,” said a man from Shandong province, who refused to give his name because he […]

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Avatar Inspires New Name for a Chinese Mountain

Avatar Inspires New Name for a Chinese Mountain

Who needs to watch Avatar on a 2D screen when you can visit Pandora in person? Or at least the Chinese version of the movie’s alien world. Perhaps seeking to cash in on the success of the James Cameron blockbuster, a national park in Hunan province has decided to rename one of its mountains after […]

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