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450 million years old rock formations

Really special place to visit in the Hunan region. There are thousands of different shapes red... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2016
Londondesign
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Hatfield - Hertfordshire
Intriguing!

Known as Hongshilin or the Red Rocks National Geopark and located within the Xiangxi Tujia-Miao... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2016
Kathleenlim
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Singapore, Singapore
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25 Nov 2016
“450 million years old rock formations”
7 Jun 2016
“Intriguing!”
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In Jiatong and Longxiang, Guzhang County, China
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Reviewed 25 November 2016

Really special place to visit in the Hunan region. There are thousands of different shapes red rocks. The colour of rocks changes to red when it is sunny; black when it rains and maroon when it turns to overcast. It covers an area of about...More

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Reviewed 8 June 2016

Known as Hongshilin or the Red Rocks National Geopark and located within the Xiangxi Tujia-Miao Autonomous Prefecture, this red carbonate forest has many striking interesting layer-like rock formations and their shades change with the weather from black to red. They are formations said to be...More

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Reviewed 24 March 2016

This unusual area is an out of the way attraction. We took a tour bus along a meandering single lane road through some small villages and fields. The entrance fee is quite steep for the attraction, over ¥200. There is a grotto of red rock...More

Thank Debra C
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