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                Tagong Scenic Area

                   Tagong Scenic Area
                Tagong Scenic Area
                (tǎ gōng jǐng qū 塔公景區) is located in Kangding County (kāng dìng xiàn 康定縣), on the east of Ganzi Zang Autonomous Prefecture (gān zī cáng zú zì zhì zhōu 甘孜藏族自治州) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). Sichuan-Tibet national road (chuān zàng gōng lù 川藏公路) running through the scenic area, which makes the transportation convenient. The river, grassland, forest, mountain, temple and other architectures are with rich flavor of the Tibetan ethnic minority (zàng zú 藏族).

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                Jiuzhaigou

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                Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve (jiǔ zhài gōu zì rán bǎo hù qū 九寨溝自然保護區) is located in northern Sichuan (sì chuān 四川) in China. The UNESCO World Heritage is famous for miles of attached lakes with brilliant blue and green colors and accompanying waterfalls.

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                The Three Gorges of the Yangtze River

                The Three Gorges of the Yangtze River(長江三峽), a world-renowned tourist attraction, start at Baidicheng(白帝城) in Fengjie (奉節) in the west and end at Nanjinguan(南津關) pass in Yichang(宜昌) to the east, passing through Badong(巴東), Zigui(秭歸) and Yichang in Hubei. The total length of the forges extends 193 kilometers. Except Daning River(大寧河) and the Xiangxi(香溪), the gorges themselves are 93 kilometers long. The first gorge of the three from west to east, known as Qutang Gorge(瞿塘峽), is 7 kilometers, Wu Gorge(巫峽), the second one, runs west to east for 44 kilometers; Xiling Gorge(西陵峽), the last of the three, covers a distance of 42 kilometers.

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                Mount Emei

                   Mount Emei
                Mount Emei
                (é méi shān 峨眉山) is located in Leshan City (lè shān shì 樂山市) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It is one of the four Buddhist holy mountains in China, as the other three are the Wutai Mountain (wǔ tái shān 五臺山) in Jiangxi Province (jiāng xī shěng 江西省), Mount Putuo (pǔ tuó shān 普陀山) in Zhejiang Province (zhè jiāng shěng 浙江省) and Jiuhua Mountain (jiǔ huá shān 九華山) in Anhui Province (ān huī shěng 安徽省). Because the shape of the mountain is like the eyebrow of a beautiful girl, the mountain is called Emei. The rich Buddhist culture connotation and the unique natural scenery make the mountain enlisted in the world heritage by the UNESCO in 1996.

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