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Jiangxi Province is rich in tourism resources, which, with different kinds and high qualities, scatter here and there. There are 400 scenic areas and spots opening to the public. The scenic areas include mountains, rivers, and historical sites, forming the main features of Red Culture, Green Scenery and Ancient characters. The resources of the Eco-system tourism and the historical deposites are very rich: Mountain Lu is the world culture landscape,Jingdezhen is the world-famous center of porcelain; the Poyang lake is the world-level wet land; There are 11 state-lavel scenic areas: Lu mountain, Jinggang Mountain, Sanqing mountain,Lounghu mountain, Fairy lake, Sanbai mountain, Meiling-Tengwang Pavilion, Gui peak, Kaolin-Yaoli, Wugong mountain, Yunju mountain-Zhelin lake; There are 16 4-A lavel scenic areas; and three famous national historical and cultural cities(Jingdezhen,Nanchang,Ganzhou); Six State-level excellent tourism cities ( Nanchang,Jiujiang,Jianggangshan,Ganzhou,Yintan,Jingdezhen ): 26 state-level preservations of cultural relics; 34 national forest parks; 5 state-level natural preservations, and 5 state-level important temples. Nanchang, Jinggangshan, Pingxiang, and Ruijin are the originating places of China's red tourism. To sum up Jiangxi's tourism resources, We may say"the unique mountains and rivers, the red cradle, the art of porcelain, and the culture of Taoism".
Introduction of Lanzhou
Lanzhou, capital of Gansu Province, is a major stop on the ancient "Silk Road" west of Xi'an. Situated on the upper reaches of the Yellow River, Lanzhou has been important for thousands of years because of the Hexi Corridor, or “Corridor West of the Yellow River,” in which early Chinese civilization began. About 3,000 years ago, in the Zhou Dynasty, agriculture began to take shape in the basins of the Jin and Wei Rivers that formed the corridor, marking the beginning of the great Yellow River basin civilization.