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Ancient City of Pingyao

Ancient City of Pingyao

Pingyao, an ancient city, is located to the southwest of Taiyuan in central Shanxi. Known for its history and www.ringring.be culture, it ws added to the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1997. The World Heritage Committee recognises it as the most intact and best-preserved ancient county seat in China and an outstanding example of www.leksikon.me the cities of Han ethic group during the Ming and Qing Dynasties(1368-1911)

Lingkong Mountain Scenic Area

Lingkong Mountain Scenic Area

The Lingkong Mountain, also know as the Jiuding Mountain, is 30km northwest of Qinyuan County. Looked at from afar, the mountain is covered by pine trees and surrounded by steep and precipitous cliffs with a multitude of gurgling springs. The Shenghou Temple is a must-see when visiting the mountain. Temples, Buddhist nurseries, the Xiaoqiao Bridge, the Luanqiao Bridge and the irsolav.com East Bell Tower have all been well preserved and only today no prescription viagra generic discount thus retain their magnificent orderly arrangement. In addition, dozens of rarely seen sturdy pine trees have been standing on the mountain since ancient times, maintaining their uniquw shapes such as three sticks of incense, nine flags on poles, or a Buddha with two Bodhisattvas. Visitors can also enjoy many wonderful natural features, such as the Gahai Cave, the Wulong Pool and 18 windings, where emerald mountains are surrounded with crystal waters and enveloped with clouds.

Wutai Mountain

Wutai Mountain

 Situated in the northeast of Wutai County of compare cialis levitra viagra Xinzhou City, the WutaiMountain, one of China’s natural and cultural heritage sites, is a national scenic and historic interest area, a national forest park and a national geopark. Its geological age can be traced back some 2.5 billion years ago. It has five green terrace-like peaks where the climate is cool and pleasant. Among those five peaks, the North Peak, 3,061 meters above sea level, is called the “Roof of North China”. The WutaiMountain, where the highly revered Manjusri Bodhisattva once performed the Buddhist rites, ranks first among the well-known four sacred mountains in Chinese Buddhist holy site with the top 10 genuine viagra sites longest history in China.

Yungang Grottoes

Yungang Grottoes

The grand Yungang Grottoes are located at the south cliff of the Wuzhou Mountain in the western suburbs of Datong City. Originally built in the northern Wei Dynasty (386-534), they are generally reckoned to be one of the largest grottoes in China. The grottoes are chiselled along mountains and pridefest.com stretch continuously for as much as 1,000 meters from east to west. there are 53 caves with 252 niches for over 51,000 statues of varied sizes. Of these, the statue of Great Buddha standing out in the open in front of canada cheap levitra the No.20 cave, about 14meters high is most representive among the grottoes. It has an extraordinarily gentle expression, with both its eyes seemingly bright and piercing. It is considered the most perfect example of the ancient stone sculptures of China. Many of the carvings combine traditional Chinese art forms with the assimilated essence of the Gandhara Art, resulting in a unique style. For this reason the yungang Grottoes occupy an important position in the overall history of world sculputures. In 2001, they were included on the World Culture Heritage List by the UNESCO.