Tag: CN – South China Karst

Treasure of Nature: Natural landscapes formed by rock and rain; Xu Chenlu; CGTN

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Among the World Heritage sites in China, the South China Karst stands out as a spectacular example of humid tropical to subtropical karst landscapes.

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Scientists use rock candy to see how mysterious stone forests formed; Dan Avery; Daily Mail

By submerging rock candy in water, scientists were able to determine how limestone ‘stone forests’ were formed underwater millions of years ago., which involved erosion and a specific flow of water.

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Chongqing day trip: Wulong karst (3 natural bridges); Beyond Banality

China – South China Karst

If you only have time for one day trip in Chongqing, China, definitely go to Wulong (武隆) to see the spectacular karst formations.

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Wulong, a World Heritage site with many natural wonders; Li Yan; ECNS

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Colorful azaleas decorate Jinfo Mountain, Chongqing; Zhang Yuan & Gao Yinan; China Daily

A sea of azaleas makes Jinfo Mountain an ideal place for spring and summer outings in Chongqing.

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World Heritage in China – South China Karst; China.org.cn

The South China Karst, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since June 2007,spans the provinces of Guangxi, Guizhou, and Yunnan.

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Land of Avatar wet but wonderful; Steve McKenna; The West Australian

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Steve McKenna finds his patience rewarded in rainy southern China.

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Emerald of the Earth’s belt; Wang Ru; China Daily

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