Jiuzhaigou Valley and Yellow Dragon National Park, China


Huanglong National Scenery Spot

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Huanglong / Yellow dragon

Huanglong (Chinese: 黄龙; literally “yellow dragon”) is a scenic and historic interest area in Sichuan, China. This area is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits, especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully). Huanglong is also home to many endangered species including the Giant Panda and the Sichuan Golden Snub-nosed Monkey. World Heritage Site (excerpts from Wikipedia)


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Jiuzhaigou Valley / Valley of Nine Villages

Jiuzhaigou Valley (Chinese: 九寨沟; literally “Valley of Nine Villages”) is a nature reserve and national park located in Sichuan, China. Jiuzhaigou Valley is known for its many multi-level waterfalls, colorful lakes, and snow-capped peaks. Elevation : 2, 000 to 4, 500 m (6, 600 to 14, 800 ft). World Heritage Site and World Biosphere Reserve. (excerpts from Wikipedia)


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8 thoughts on “Jiuzhaigou Valley and Yellow Dragon National Park, China

    • Hello, Sofia! Thank you very much.
      Well … What is happening now in Creative Garden? Is it a revolution? Your blog is updated very frequently recently. Of course, it is welcomed.

  1. What a lovely place! One of those that it deserves to be seen by many, but not too many should be allowed to visit it, in order to preserve it. Oximoron isn’t it?

    • Hello, Vassilis! I have watched the wall paintings in Lascaux Cave. Those paintings are copies. No, cave itself is a replica. Wall paintings were damaged by carbon dioxide exhaled by visitors and mold carried in with visitors, and the cave has been shut down. I wanted to watch real paintings, but I think that it is excusable measures.

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