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Visitors climb up the Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province July 11, 2012. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Visitors learn to play Taichi, a traditional Chinese shadow boxing, on the Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province July 11, 2012. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Visitors enjoy the sightseeing of the Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province July 11, 2012. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Photo taken on July 11, 2012 shows the scenery of Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Photo taken on July 11, 2012 shows the scenery of Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Visitors pose for photos on the Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province July 11, 2012. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Visitors climb up the Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province July 11, 2012. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua


Photo taken on July 11, 2012 shows the scenery of Wudang Mountain in Central China's Hubei Province. As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain was inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritages in 1994. The scenery of the mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit the site this year. Photo: Xinhua










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