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View from the Li River in the Guangxi region of China

মোঃ সিরাজুল আমিন চৌধুরী ১২ জানুয়ারি,২০২১ ১৯ বার দেখা হয়েছে লাইক কমেন্ট ০.০০ রেটিং ( )

Much of the scenery in this portion of southern China is nothing short of stunning. Officially known as the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the area reaches to the borders of Vietnam and features a generous helping of karst landscapes. What is karst? It's what allows the greenery-covered hills in our image to take on such fantastic shapes. Karst is soft limestone carved up by rain and rivers that run both above and below ground. Here, the Li River meanders by on its way between the towns of Guilin and Yangshuo, and karst pillars rise from its banks. Just as dazzling is what's waiting underground in parts of Guangxi: Lots of craggy caves, some of which lean towards the psychedelic.

Source-
guangxi - Bing images

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