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Yellow River Stone Forest 2(景泰黃河石林), Jingtai County, Gansu Province-CN
Gansu Province

Jingtai Yellow River Stone Forest is a national geological park, located in the south-eastern of Jingtai County in Bai Yin City, Gansu province. Stone Forest is adjacent to the Longwan village. The stone group consisted of yellow gravel with an altitude of 80 to 100 meters. The highest place is more than 200 meters. With the wriggling canyon, lifting peak and trees, it looks so wonderful and magnificent.


Copyright: Wongchichuen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6320x3160
Taken: 08/07/2011
Uploaded: 25/09/2011
Updated: 23/03/2015


Tags: nature; landscape; travel; yellow river; national geological park
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Old is Yongzhou Gansu provincial capital Lanzhou. Located in the upper Yellow River, located in the geographical center of China, between latitude 32 ° 31 '~ 42 ° 57', longitude 92 ° 13 '~ 108 ° 46' between. It is the east, Shaanxi, Qinghai, Sichuan controlled South, West Hill Xinjiang, brief Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, is the ancient Silk Road of the key sections of land and gold, and with the Mongolian border, it was like a magnificent gem, set in central China the Loess Plateau, Qinghai and Inner Mongolia plateau, something more than 1,600 kilometers meandering, aspect 453,700 square kilometers, accounting for 4.72% of the total area. Population 26 million (968 million in 1949), Han, Hui, Tibetan, Dongxiang, Yugu, Baoan, Mongolian, Kazak, Tu, Salar, Manchu and other ethnic groups. Among them, the Dongxiang, Yugur, Bonan is a minority of Gansu.