Mount of Lushan

Jiujiang Mount Lushan, Jiujiang Attractions, Jiujiang Travel GuideMount. Lushan stands in the north part of Jiangxi Province, to the south of the Yangtze River and to the north of Poyang Lake, covering an area of 302 square km. Housing 16 natural wonders, 474 scenic spots and 171 peaks, Lushan Mountain is well-known all over the country.

About 1,200 years ago, Li Bai, a famous poet in the Tang Dynasty, recommended Mt. Lushan in this way: "Up till now, I've never seen better scenery than that in Lushan Mountain; it's really magnificent!" Besides Li Bai, hundreds of famous poets and writers had visited Mt. Lushan and left countless poems and prose here.

The scenery in Mt. Lushan is of breathtaking beauty with abundant of sheer peaks and precipices, ever-changing clouds and fogs, silver springs and flying waterfalls.

Lushan abounds in historic and cultural relics. According to legend, Yu, the Great, who conquered devastating floods in primeval times, visited Mt.Lushan. Emperor Qin Shihuang also visited the Mountain when he toured the south. The great historian of the Han Dynasty, Simaqian, climbed Mt. Lushan, and wrote about it in his classic "The Historical Records". Mt.Lushan is a place of religion in China and historic sites of Taoism, Buddhism, Confucius, Islamism, Catholicism, and Christianity can be found everywhere in the mountain.

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