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                                     Famous Mountains in China

China is a country with many unspeakably spectacular and magnificent mountains. They are famous throughout the world for their natural beauty. They attract many professional climbers and adventure loving people from all over the world every year. There is a list of the most famous mountains in China.

  • Mount Lu: – Mount Lu is also known as Mount Lushan. It is situated about 20 kilometers south of the city Jiujiang in Jiangxi Province. It is one of the original spiritual centers of China. It is also famous for its scenery and beauty. The mountain is about 25 kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide. It was included in the UNESCO world heritage list in 1996.
  • Mount Emei: – This Mountain is located in Sichuan province. It is included in four sacred Buddhist Mountains of the country. Om Mount Emei, there are more than 30 temples. A 71 meter tall Giant Buddha of Leshan was carved on this mountain in the 8th century CE.
  • Mount Wutai: – Mount Wutai is also one of the sacred Buddhist places. This mountain has five flat peaks. It is located in Wutai County in Xinzhou Region, Shanxi Province. There are total 41 monasteries on this mountain.
  • Mount Everest: – Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the entire world with an elevation of 29.035 feet. In Nepal, it is known as Sagarmatha. The border between China and Nepal runs across the summit point of Mount Everest.
  • Mount Tai: – Mount Tai is a sacred mountain in China. It is located in western Shandong. It is the most climbed mountain because it is one the five Daoist sacred mountains. In the Xia Dynasty, it was known as Mount Dai.


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