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                Lushan Mountain

                   Lushan Mountain
                Lushan Mountain
                (lú shān 瀘山), also called Washan Mountain (wā shān 蛙山), is situated in the south Xichang City (xī chāng shì 西昌市) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It is 2317 meters above sea level. To the east of the mountain, there is the Qionghai Lake (qióng hǎi 邛海), which is the second largest fresh lake in Sichuan, while to the west of the mountain, there is the Anning River (ān níng hé 安寧河). The whole mountain is covered with thick forest.

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                Wild Yak Valley

                   Wild Yak Valley
                Wild Yak Valley
                (yě niú gōu 野牛溝) is located 126 kilometers away from the north Kangding County (kāng dìng xiàn 康定縣) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It got its name because there were once a large group of yaks. In Wild Yak Valley, there is a virgin forest of 20 square kilometers, which is the only existed cypress forest in China. In the valley, there is a large quantity of rare animals. Therefore, the Wild Yak Valley is regarded as the gene bank.

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                Zizhong Confucius Temple

                   Zizhong Confucius Temple
                Zizhong Confucius Temple
                (zī zhōng wén miào 資中文廟) is located in Neijiang City (nèi jiāng shì 內江市) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It was first built in Northern Song Dynasty (běi sòng 北宋) and moved to the north gate of the county town during the reign of Emperor Daoguang (dào guāng huáng dì 道光皇帝) in the Qing Dynasty (qīng cháo 清朝). Zizhong Confucius Temple was famous for its long history, consummate architectures, and rich connotation.

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                Hailuogou Glacier

                   Hailuogou Glacier
                Hailuogou Glacier
                (hǎi luó gōu bīng chuān 海螺溝冰川) is situated in the southeast 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). It is the maritime glacier with the lowest altitude in East Asia. Hailuogou is also called the No. 1 Glacier (yī hào bīng chuān 一號冰川) for it is the longest one among all the 74 glaciers in Gongga Mountain (gòng gā shān 貢嘎山).

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                Daying Dead Sea

                   Daying Dead Sea
                Daying Dead Sea
                (dà yīng sǐ hǎi 大英死海) is situated in Suining City (suí níng shì 遂寧市) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It is of the same latitude as the Dead Sea in Middle East. The water in Daying Dead Sea is from ehte underground salt lake which formed 150 million years ago.

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