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Zhijin Cave

   Zhijin Cave
Zhijin Cave
(zhī jīn dòng 织金洞), also called Daji Cave (dǎ jī dòng 打鸡洞), is located in Zhijin County (zhī jīn xiàn 织金县), Bijie City (bì jiē shì 毕节市) of Guizhou Province (guì zhōu shěng 贵州省). It was first recovered in April, 1980. The cave is a treasury of the underground arts, at the mean time it is a museum of karst. It is regarded as the wonder of the world.

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Small West Lake

   Small West Lake
Small West Lake
(xiǎo xī hú 小西湖) is located in Tongzi County (tóng zǐ xiàn 桐梓县), Zunyi City (zūn yì shì 遵义市). The lake was formed during the 1950s when the dam was completed. The pattern of the lake follows the West Lake in Hangzhou (háng zhōu 杭州), hence the name Small West Lake. It is famous for its unique natural sites, and crowned as the pearl in north Guizhou Province (guì zhōu shěng 贵州省).

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Qingyan Ancient Town

   Qingyan Ancient Town
Qingyan Ancient Town
(qīng yán gǔ zhèn 青岩古镇) is located at the southern rural area of Guiyang City (guì yáng shì 贵阳市), Guizhou Province (guì zhōu shěng 贵州省). It was originally built in the year 1378 during Ming Daynasty (míng cháo 明朝). It is one of the most famous ancient towns in Guizhou.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 December 2009 17:02
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Wulong Temple

    Wulong Temple
Wulong Temple
(wǔ lóng sì 伍龙寺), also called as Qingjing Temple (qīng jìng chán yuàn 清净禅院), is located at the top of Tiantai Mountain (tiān tái shān 天台山) in Guizhou Province (guì zhōu shěng 贵州省). It was originally built in the Ming Dynasty (míng cháo 明朝), and repaired for many times in the following years. Based on the cliff and stone walls, the Wulong Temple is enormous. It seems that the temple and the stones in the mountain are a great whole. It not only is a Buddhism temple, but also with the function of military defensive function. Wulong Temple is the oldest and best reserved temple in Guizhou.

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Hongfeng Lake

   Hongfeng Lake
Hongfeng Lake
(hóng fēng hú 红枫湖) is located in the outskirt of Qingzhen County (qīng zhèn xiàn 清镇县), 33 kilometers from Guiyang City (guì yáng shì 贵阳市). The lake covers a total of 240 square kilometers, with the water area of 57.2 square kilometers, and holds 600 million cubic meters of waters. It is the largest man-made lake in Guizhou Plateau. According to the statistics, Hongfeng Lake is 12 times larger than the Ming Tombs' Reservoir (shí sān líng shuǐ kù 十三陵水库) in Beijing (běi jīng 北京), and is as large as 6 West Lake (xī hú 西湖) in Hangzhou (háng zhōu 杭州).

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