Light of Buddha in Tianmashan2012-05-17

China has three places famous for the light of Buddha. They are Emeishan, Huangshan and Tianmashan. The mysterious light of Buddha in Tianmashan has two wonders.

No 4 Spring in China2012-05-17

Also known as Zhuoyue Spring, the spring is on the southern slope of Huzhu Pagoda. According to the legend, Sage of Tea Lu Yu born in the Tang Dynasty even visited Tianmashan.

Three-Sage Tombs2012-05-17

Three-Sage Tombs are at the eastern foot of Tianmashan. They are the tombs of Yang Weizhen, Qian Weishan and Lu Juren, scholars in the Yuan Dynasty(1271-1368).

Bamboo Playground2012-05-17

Situated at the northern foot of West Sheshan and to the west of Xiudaozhe Pagoda and covering more than 20,000m2 of land, Bamboo Playground is a forest playground catering for leisure, entertainment, extreme challenge, exercise and bodybuilding for both the young and the old.

Heart-cleaning Spring2012-05-17

Heart-cleaning Spring is on the western slope of West Sheshan. It is said that this spring was dug by Taoist Cong in the Northern Song Dynasty.

Century Bell Tower2012-05-17

Century Bell Tower, situated at the eastern foot of West She Mountain, was built to celebrate the Millennium. The bell tower has two storys.

South Gate2012-05-17

This is a futuristic park entrance and looks magnificent. Three arches stand in parallel, with the middle one higher than the two on either side.

Meigong Fishing Rock2012-05-17

On the southern slope of the southern peak of East Sheshan, there is a huge boulder. Chen Jiru (nicknamed “Meigong”), a famous writer, calligrapher and painter in the Ming Dynasty(1368-1644 )often fished sitting on the boulder when he lived in seclusion in East Sheshan.

Sheshan Observatory2012-05-17

Sheshan Observatory is the oldest astronomical observatory in China. The silver hemispherical building stands in contrast to the Marian Basilica. It was built in the 25th year of Emperor Guangxu’s reign in the Qing Dynasty (1899).

Sheshan Marian Basilica2012-05-17

Sheshan Marian Basilica, known as the "Far East's First Church", was built in the 13th year of Emperor Tongzhi's reign in the Qing Dynasty (1874), rebuilt in 1925, and completed construction and opened in November 1935.

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