Two Chinese Scenic Spots Added to World Heritage List

Updated: July 10, 2008 | Clicks: 4381

Fujian Tulou and Mount Sanqingshan National Park were added to World Heritage List during the 32nd Session of World Heritage Committee which opened in Quebec on July 2nd.

Ancestors of Hakka built Fujian Tulous 800 years ago. At present, there are over 20,000 Fujian Tulous which distribute in mountainous areas of Fujian Province. The shape of a Fujian Tulou is like a flying saucer. A Tulou is a home for all family members. There are more than 800 members in a Hakka family.

Mount Sanqingshan National Park is located in Jiangxi Province. It is famous for its granite stelae and peaks.

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