Tag: CN – China Danxia

The World’s Most Colorful Mountains; Michele Hermann; Reader’s Digest

From lush green coverings to multi-hued exteriors, these landforms draw in visitors with their vivid topography.

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Hot-air balloons paint sky over Zhangye Geopark in NW China; Hong Yaobin; CGTN

You can now have a look at one of the most unique places in the world from a hot air balloon. Known for its colorful mountain ridges and steep cliffs, the Zhangye National Geopark, a UNESCO Global Geopark in northwest China’s Gansu Province, has thrown a hot-air balloon festival, drawing large crowds to savor the spectacular views.

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SW China’s world heritage site exempts tickets for doctors, nurses; Xinhua

A southwestern Chinese city said it would waive the entrance fees to its major scenic spots, including a world natural heritage site, for the nation’s medical workers this year.

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World Heritage in China: Mount Langshan; china.org.cn

Located in Xingning County, Shaoyang City, Hunan Province, Mount Lang is a scenic area close to Guilin of Guangxi in the south and Zhangjiajie of Hunan in the north. It features a galaxy of Danxia landforms.

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Fairyland-like Danxia Mountain in S China; ECNS

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Red-hot tourist attraction; China Daily

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Finding harmony with nature and genteel society; Yan Yiqi; China Daily

Photo source: China Daily

Zhejiang province has been famous for its natural beauty since ancient times. For thousands of years, poems, songs and prose have extolled the province.

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The Crayola cliffs: Beautiful mountains which looks like they’ve been coloured-in is captured in glorious evening light; James Rush; Daily Mail

Photo credit: Xinhua/Landov/Barcroft Media

The Danxia mountains, near Zhangye, in the Gansu province of China, have been formed from reddish sandstone which over millions of years has eroded to create this alien-looking landscape.

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World Natural Heritage: China Danxia; CNTV

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