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Mount Wutai

Mount Wutai, located in the northeastern part of Shanxi province, is 230 kilometers away from the provincial capital city Taiyuan.

Museums in Taiyuan

Shanxi Museum in Taiyuan is the largest collection, protection, research and exhibition center of historical relics in Shanxi province.

Taiyuan Chongshan Temple

Chongshan Temple is on Dilianggong St, in the Yingbin district of Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi.

Taiyuan Twin Towers

The Twin Towers, in the Yongzuo Temple, at Haozhuang on the eastern outskirts of Taiyuan, are the city's major symbol and landmark and are unparalleled anywhere across the country.

Tianlong Mountain Grottoes

The grottoes are scattered among numerous pine and cypress trees that grow on Tianlong Mountain and were were built during the Eastern Wei Dynasty (AD 534-550), the Sui Dynasty (AD 581-618), and the Tang Dynasty.

Chongshan Monastery

Chongshan means "appreciating kindness" and this Tang Dynasty monastery was built as a retreat for the emperor.

Guandishan National Forest Park

This park sits on Lyuliang Mountain and is part of the Guandishan Forest Zone, which covers the city of Taiyuan, Lyuliang county, and other cities and counties, across a 68,448-hectare Area.

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