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Mount Hua Shan, China. Photo: Getty Images/iStock/Alamy

Mount Hua Shan, China. Photo: Getty Images/iStock/Alamy

Mount Hua Shan climb in China: Climb Mount Hua Shan, China  It starts gentle enough, this climb up a mountain in rural Shaanxi, China. But then all of a sudden you find yourself clingi...

Mount Hua Shan climb in China: Climb Mount Hua Shan, China It starts gentle enough, this climb up a mountain in rural Shaanxi, China. But then all of a sudden you find yourself clingi.

Xuankong Si, China: You really have to trust your engineers when your house is built into the side of a sheer cliff some 75 metres above the ground. Though only a few caretakers still ...

Xuankong Si, China: You really have to trust your engineers when your house is built into the side of a sheer cliff some 75 metres above the ground. Though only a few caretakers still .

Mt. Huashan in Huayin City, China, is one of the most well-known mountains in China, and one of the most dangerous to climb.

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Huashan, China ~ As early as the century BCE, there was a Daoist temple known as the Shrine of the Western Peak located at its base. Daoists believed that in the mountain lives the god of the underworld.

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The top 10 places or top 10 attractions and top 10 things to see that you just must not miss on a trip to China listed by Daniel Li - expereinced Beijing China trip advisor.

El Templo Colgante de Datong comenzó a construirse durante la dinastía Wei del Norte (北魏) en el año 491 y se ha mantenido en pie durante más de 1.500 años gracias a las restauraciones llevadas a cabo en diferentes dinastías. Las partes salientes de la montaña alrededor del templo lo han protegido del viento y de la lluvia, mientras la cima del este lo ha protegido del sol. http://confuciomag.com/el-templo-colgante-de-datong

El Templo Colgante de Datong comenzó a construirse durante la dinastía Wei del Norte (北魏) en el año 491 y se ha mantenido en pie durante más de 1.500 años gracias a las restauraciones llevadas a cabo en diferentes dinastías. Las partes salientes de la montaña alrededor del templo lo han protegido del viento y de la lluvia, mientras la cima del este lo ha protegido del sol. http://confuciomag.com/el-templo-colgante-de-datong

Templo en la Colina de la Longevidad

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