Tiantang Peak

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Tiantang Peak
天堂顶
Tiantang Peak.jpg
Tiantang Peak (right) and its subpeak
Elevation 1,210 m (3,970 ft)
Location
Location On the border between Conghua and Longmen County, Guangdong, China
Range Jiulian Mountains
Coordinates 23°39′16.59″N 113°48′52.11″E / 23.6546083°N 113.8144750°E / 23.6546083; 113.8144750Coordinates: 23°39′16.59″N 113°48′52.11″E / 23.6546083°N 113.8144750°E / 23.6546083; 113.8144750

Tiantang Peak (simplified Chinese: 天堂顶; traditional Chinese: 天堂頂; pinyin: Tiāntáng Dǐng; literally: "Peak of Paradise") is the highest mountain in Guangzhou, China, with an altitude of 1,210 metres (3,970 ft).[1][2] It is part of Shimen National Forest Park and the border division mountain between Conghua and Longmen County.

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