Tai’an.Tai Mountain

Tai’an.Tai Mountain

Taishan is the symbol of national spirit, known as China’s “national mountain”. Mount Tai is the eastern one of the five Sacred Mountains of China and in 1987 was listed as a world natural and cultural heritage in the UNESCO list.

It is China’s 5A Tourist Attraction and a reputation as the best in all the land, there are mountain”. It is one of the ten most beautiful mountains of China and is located in central Shandong Province. It belongs to Tai’an City.

Taishan natural landscape majestic tall, with thousands of years of cultural penetration and rendering and heighten the humanities landscape.

For thousands of years, there have been twelve emperors of Taishan Fengshan. Confucius left “Deng Taishan and small world” of praise, Du Fu left a “would be extremely Ling, list of small hills,” the poetic masterpiece through the ages.

Countless emperors and people visited Mount Tai to pay homage to Heaven and Earth throughout Chinese history. Dufu, a famous poet in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), wrote a poetic masterpiece.

The main peak of Mount Tai is 1,545 meters above sea level, so there is always clouds and fog shrouding the peak. At done, visitors climb the 6.666 steps to the South Gate to Heaven to watch the sun rise through the clouds.

The large Inscription Commemorating Mount Tai, written on a cliff by Emperor Xuanzong is a major attraction. It commemorated the accomplishment of a sacrifice ceremony he held on Mount Tai in 726. All the characters are coloured gold in the official script, thus distinguishing this inscription from most of the inscriptions on Mount Tai.

Nowadays, Mount Tai has become a symbol of Chinese civilization and a precious heritage of all mankind.

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