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      Qianshan Mountain, anciently known as Jicui Mountain, was given the name for the legend that there were 999 peaks, which look like green lotuses in the sky in distance, also called Thousand-Lotus Mountain. It is formed 3.8 billion years ago and Xianrentai Peak, the highest peak, is at 708.5m altitude.

  With an area of 125 km2, it is titled as the National Park of China of the first batch, National AAAA Tourist Attraction and Top 10 National Civilized Scenic Area of the first batch announced by the State Council.

  Qianshan Mountain has a deep religious culture, where the Buddhism and Taoism coexist in harmony, being the largest religious place in the Northeast China. It is home to 9 palaces, 8 temples, 5 major Buddhist temples and 12 thatched nunneries, amounting to nearly 40 temples, such as Longquan Temple, Zuyue Temple, Xiangyan Temple, Zhonghui Temple, Da¨an Temple, Wuliang Temple, Pal...



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  Qianshan Mountain Scenic Spot sets the ticket price according to the peak season and slack season: 80 yuan/person for pe...



  Buddhist culture has a long history in Qianshan Mountain. According to the relevant records and experts¨ researches, as early as North Wei Dynasty, Buddhist has been prea...



  According to the historical records, the Taoism has been preached into Qianshan Mountain for twice: the first time was in the first year of Ming Dynasty, but it disappeare...


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