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* '''Bijiashan''' (Penholder Mountain) connects to the mainland via an isthmus at low tide
*<see name="Guta Park" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A quiet park in the south eastern part of the city featuring the "Guangji Pagoda". The 72 metre tower is a beautiful Liao style architecture, with thirteen levels in an octagonal shape. </see>
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*<see name="Guta Park" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A quiet park in the south eastern part of the city featuring the "Guangji Pagoda". The 72 metre tower is a beautiful Liao style pagoda, with thirteen levels in an octagonal shape. </see>
  
  

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Jinzhou is a city in Liaoning Province.

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An industrial city on the western shores of Liaoning Gulf, Jinzhou is visited mainly for its storehouse of Jurassic period fossils.

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  • Wenya Museum set up by the amateur collector Du Wenya, this museum houses an impressive collection of fossils found in the local region, some fossils having been found nowhere else
  • Bijiashan (Penholder Mountain) connects to the mainland via an isthmus at low tide
  • Guta Park. A quiet park in the south eastern part of the city featuring the "Guangji Pagoda". The 72 metre tower is a beautiful Liao style pagoda, with thirteen levels in an octagonal shape.


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