STATEMENT: CCTV:In love with the culture of Jiangxi-Lushan Mountain and the charm of Jiujiang

BEIJING, Oct.

STATEMENT: CCTV:In love with the culture of Jiangxi-Lushan Mountain and the charm of Jiujiang

BEIJING, Oct. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Lushan Mountain is located in Lushan City, Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province. According to legend, during the Zhou Dynasty, seven brothers surnamed Kuang climbed a mountain to cultivate and seek immortality, and built a Lu (thatched hut) there, from which Lushan Mountain got its name. Lushan Mountain bears the title of "the most extraordinary sight surrounding the humble Kuang Hut," and features an enchanting display of ever-changing seas of clouds, magnificent springs and waterfalls, and ancient monuments imbued with timeless civilization.

Lushan Mountain, with its abundant rainfall and mild climate, is known as a "cool island" in the "hot sea". From the lofty summit, where clouds hug the mountaintop, Lushan Mountain is revealed as a picturesque wonderland. Looking up from the foot of the mountain, one witnesses Lushan Mountain rising majestically, seemingly breaking through the clouds, creating a fascinating sight similar to a heavenly realm. On the contrary, when viewed from the top of the mountain to the foot below, a sea of ​​clouds unfolds, as if in a playful dance of mist and mist. From time to time, the mountain may become veiled in darkness, untouched by the sun's rays, while the background experiences a gentle drizzle, evoking an enchanting and intriguing atmosphere.

The natural beauty of Lushan Mountain, adorned by the ethereal clouds of Jiangxi, makes for a distinctive wonder of scenery. Here you can not only wander through this enchanting kingdom, experiencing the harmonious fusion of humanity and nature, but also immerse yourself in the artistic landscape, fulfilling the aesthetic desires of cultural explorers.

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