You’d have to climb nearly 9,000 steps to reach these temples in the sky. Could you do it?
On a tall spire atop the highest peak in the Wuling Mountains sit a pair of Buddhist temples, separated by a narrow gorge.
Source: A Photo Visit to Mount Fanjing
Fanjingshan, or Mount Fanjing, located in Tongren City, southwest China, is an ideal home for many plants and animal species.
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Beijing, July 14(IBNS): Mount Fanjingshan, which is China’s latest entrant in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, has been asked to restrict the entry of visitors in an effort to protect the place, local media reports said.
The protected area in Guizhou province, home to 50 endangered plant and animal species, becomes the 53rd globally recognised Chinese site.
Mount Fanjingshan, a natural habitat for a number of rare plants and animal species in Guizhou province, has joined 12 other locations in China on UNESCO’s World Heritage list.
Unesco makes 18 new additions to World Heritage list