Qionglong Mountain

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The top of Qionglong Mountain. Those Chinese characters are 吴中之巅(Top of Suzhou).

Qionglong Mountain (Chinese: 穹窿山; pinyin: QióngLóng shān) is the highest mountain of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. It is located in southwest of Suzhou, whose elevation is 341.7m.[1] One of the most famous ancient Chinese militarist Sun Tzu lived here after retirement, and he wrote the masterpiece The Art of War here.[2] Qionglong Mountain has the longest sky way in Suzhou and the only provincial natural reserve in Suzhou as well.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 穹窿山概况 (in Chinese). Retrieved 2012-06-29. 
  2. ^ 穹窿山风景管理区历史沿革 (in Chinese). Retrieved 2012-06-29.