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In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations. Bands of fiery red, creamy orange, rich green, and bright yellow streak across the mountains, forming the most beautiful geological layer cake we have ever seen.

In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations. Bands of fiery red, creamy orange, rich green, and bright yellow streak across the mountains, forming the most beautiful geological layer cake we have ever seen.

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In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations. Bands of fiery red, creamy orange, rich green, and bright yellow streak across the mountains, forming the most beautiful geological layer cake we have ever seen. http://www.wfpcc.com/waterfrontpropertieslistings.php

In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations. Bands of fiery red, creamy orange, rich green, and bright yellow streak across the mountains, forming the most beautiful geological layer cake we have ever seen. http://www.wfpcc.com/waterfrontpropertieslistings.php

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Jiayuguan (嘉峪关), the western starting point of the Ming Dynasty’s portion of the Great Wall, is located 5 kilometers from Jiayuguan City, Gansu Province. via FB by Discover China

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Tai Chi enthusiasts perform Tai Chi at a scenic resort on May 18 2016 in Zunyi Guizhou Province of China Nearly one thousand Tai Chi performers...

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Mount Hua in Shaanxi province, China. It is one of China's Five Great Mountains, and has a long history of religious significance.

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The Leshan Buddha in Sichuan Province, outside of Chengdu, China. Now that's one big Buddha! Photo © Adam Crase

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