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Mount Jiuhua

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Mount Jiuhua (九華山 Jiuhua-shan)is a sacred Buddhist mountain located in Anhui Province, China.

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Jiuhua Mountain stands at 1342 meters, and is associated with the Dizang Bodhisattva. During the Buddhist golden era in China, more than 200 temples graced the slopes of this mountain. However, there are currently only 50 temples remaining.

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You can arrive by train to Tongling or Chizhou. There are coach buses directly to Mount Jiuhua.

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  • Baisuigong Monastery
  • Ganlu Monastery
  • Huacheng Monastery
  • Zhiyuan Monastery
  • Zhuhai - the sea of bamboo outside the village of Minyuan (on the path to Tiantai Peak)

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