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The Laojun Mountain in Luoyang,Henan Province The Laojun Mountain, Luanchuan County, Luoyang City, Henan Province.
Laojun Mountain is the main peak of the eight hundred li Funiu Mountain range in the rest of the Qinling Mountains, with an altitude of 2217 meters. It was formed in the continental mountain building movement 1.9 billion years ago. In the thirty-one year of Wanli (1603), Emperor Shen of the Ming Dynasty decreed that Laojun Mountain was "the world's famous mountain". Laojun Mountain is now a world geopark, a national AAAAA tourist attraction, a national geological park, a national nature reserve, a provincial key cultural relic protection unit, a sacred place for Taoist believers in northern China, and an outstanding representative of landscape culture in the Central Plains. Taoism Stock Photo
The Laojun Mountain, Luanchuan County, Luoyang City, Henan Province. Laojun Mountain is the main peak of the eight hundred li Funiu Mountain range in the rest of the Qinling Mountains, with an altitude of 2217 meters. It was formed in the continental mountain building movement 1.9 billion years ago. In the thirty-one year of Wanli (1603), Emperor Shen of the Ming Dynasty decreed that Laojun Mountain was "the world's famous mountain". Laojun Mountain is now a world geopark, a national AAAAA tourist attraction, a national geological park, a national nature reserve, a provincial key cultural relic protection unit, a sacred place for Taoist believers in northern China, and an outstanding representative of landscape culture in the Central Plains.

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The Laojun Mountain, Luanchuan County, Luoyang City, Henan Province. Laojun Mountain is the main peak of the eight hundred li Funiu Mountain range in the rest of the Qinling Mountains, with an altitude of 2217 meters. It was formed in the continental mountain building movement 1.9 billion years ago. In the thirty-one year of Wanli (1603), Emperor Shen of the Ming Dynasty decreed that Laojun Mountain was "the world's famous mountain". Laojun Mountain is now a world geopark, a national AAAAA tourist attraction, a national geological park, a national nature reserve, a provincial key cultural relic protection unit, a sacred place for Taoist believers in northern China, and an outstanding representative of landscape culture in the Central Plains.

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