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The Li River or Lijiang (Chinese: 漓江) is a river in Guangxi Province, south China. It originates in the Mao'er Mountains in Xing'an county and flows through Guilin, Yangshuo and Pingle, down into the Xi Jiang, the western tributary of Pearl River in Wuzhou, its course of 437 kilometers is flanked by green hills. Cormorant fishing is often associated with Lijiang River. Its unique hillsides was often make a comparison for their similar shape and geographical structure with Halong Bay, Vietnam.

Along the 100-kilometer stretch of the Lijiang River, mountain peaks rise into the sky. It is one of China's most famous scenic areas.

The following photos were taken by 漓江闲云 on this May at Guilin's section of Lijiang River.


(Xinhuanet.com August 6, 2007)



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