Monday, April 21, 2014

Yangtze Gorges Scenic Spot - CHINA - UNESCO TENTATIVE

Three Gorges of the Yangtze River is located in Sichuan Province and home of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world (a amazing engineering work that took almost 15 years constructing). Beyond the dam, that legendary river (the longest in Asia) hides some of the most beautiful scenic spots in China, a site that UNESCO is considering to be a World Heritage Site. Thank you very much Heng. This postcard took 17 days to arrive!

Three Gorges (Yangtze River), Sichuan - CHINA - UNESCO TENTATIVE
 
The Yangtze Gorges is one of the first key national scenic spots in China. They start at Baidicheng in Fengjie County, Chongqing and end at Nanjin Pass in Yichang, Hubei Province. The gorges themselves are 193km long and cover an area of 1208km2, including Wuxia gorge, Qutang gorge, Xiling gorge and some wide valleys between these gorges. The history of the scenic spots and historical sites in the Three Gorges area can go back to ancient times and it recorded many stirring historical deeds. The mountains and water in Three Gorges are in various postures and are a mysterious natural gallery.
  
  
 

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