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Wuyi Mountains
2004/06/09



 The Wuyi Mountains, a national park of China, lies in the south of Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, with an area of 60 square kilometers. Cut off from the outer mountains by streams and deep valleys, sceneries can be divided into seven groups, including Jiuqu (Nine Turns) Stream, Water Curtain Cave, Wuyi Palace, etc. Jiuqu Stream runs nine kilometers around the mountain with nine turns and eighteen bends. One taking a bamboo raft downstream will be fascinated by the 36 rock formations and peaks along the route, each given a name of the animals it resembles. Ascending the summit of Dawang Peak, (Peak of the Great King) one can get a full view of the 36 lesser peaks in a posture to bow to Dawang Peak. At the foot of Dawang Peak lies Wuyi Palace built in the Tang Dynasty (6l8-907) as a place for the feudal rulers to hold sacrificial service to honor the Lord of Wuyi. It's also a place the Confucians preached Confucianism. As a result of these events, a large number of cultural and historical relics have been unearthed here.



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