Lushan National Park is to be found in the north part of Jiangxi area in south-eastern China, is one of the religious midpoints of Chinese culture and is one of the most prominent mountains in China. You can enjoy the Buddhist temples and Taoist temples with Confucianism milestone where the most distinguished masters trained. Mingling smoothly into an attractive landscape it inspired many performers who developed the ingenious approach to temperament found in Chinese civilization. The world heritage site consists of the cultural scenery of excellent artistic importance and influential relations with Chinese religious as well as their cultural life. Lushan is an area of picturesque scenic beauty and curiosity from the viewpoint of the natural surroundings which attracts the religious leaders, scholars, artists and writers for more than 2 millennia. I think it will attract you also.
The cultural possessions in Lushan national park descend into 4 collections of archaeological locations, writings, historic constructions and the lovely Chinese villas. Archaeological sites are the large Tingzi Dun Neolithic village, the agricultural, fishing and hunting defrayal of the Shang and Zhou dynasties of Fanzhou Yan, the battleground of Boyang Lake and the dwelling of Tao Yuan-Ming who enthused numerous times through his life span. Over 900 writings on crags and granite tablets been documented in the mount Lushan. The ageist of the crag writings is in the lettering of the great countrified bard of Jin dynasty and Tao Yuan-Ming comprising the work of the prominent song dynasty poet Huang Ting-Jian, philosopher Zhu Xi and calligrapher Mi Fu etc…..About 200 momentous buildings are sprinkled over the Lushan National Park including the most impressive East grove temple complex at the base of Xianglu Peak on the western parts of Lushan. At the end of the 19th century saw Lushan become a stylish holiday region and a lot of villas were constructed by Chinese as well as by the foreign guests reflecting their architectural fashions.