Huangshan-Yellow Mountains, the World Heritage Site in China

Huangshan-Yellow Mountains, the World Heritage Site in China
Yellow Mountains, the most prominent and attractive mountains in China located in Anhui region of eastern China about 300km west from Hangzhou and 500mk southwest from Shanghai. The Yellow Mountains is called Huangshan by Chinese. The wonderful natural beauty and the lovely atmosphere are the main attractions of Huangshan for which it was enlisted in the list of World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The artistically named pines, oddly-shaped rocks, sea of clouds, sizzling springs and winter snow-capes are the 5 natural wonders of Yellow Mountains in winter which is called the classical attractions of it.
Huangshan-Yellow Mountains, the World Heritage Site in China
Huangshan’s charming region is a mountainous area of about 155km2 which is about 500m on top of surface level at the south gate and the highest top, Lotus is 1874m high. Yellow Mountains are tremendously uneven and vertical in facial appearance that is one of the impressive dimensions. There are hundreds of mountains, thousands of gorges, 2 lakes, 3 waterfalls, 16 springs and 24 stream in the scenic area of Yellow Mountains, from where you can enjoy the outstanding natural beauties and can catch the clouds which is giving a majestic appearance …………….

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