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Guilin Scenery, Finest under Heaven | Updated: 2012-04-13 10:17
Guilin Scenery, Finest under Heaven

The 437-kilometer-long Lijiang River, a branch of the Pearl River, runs from the Mao'er Mountains north of Guilin through Yangshuo and Pinle to Wuzhou, where it joins the Xijiang River. From Guilin to Yangshuo, the river meanders through 83 kilometers of beautiful countryside, with bamboo forests, dense reed-beds and spectacular rock formations. [Photo/]

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