Solitary Beauty Peak


By admin - Posted on 31 March 2008

Why is it called Solitary Beauty Peak? It rises dramatically in the center of Guilin and also offers spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside. As with so many rocky and peaks upthrusts in and around Guilin, centuries of visits lead to the creation of a carved stairway. The pathway starts at Wang Cheng, the Ming Dynasty palace located in the center of town, now home to the campus of Guangxi Normal University and also the site of nightly performances by local minorities.

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