The area is known for its scenery, the peculiarly-shaped granite peaks, the Huangshan Pine trees and views of the clouds from above.
The Huang Shan was declared as a World Natural and Cultural Hertitage by the Unesco. It extends 40 kilometres from the south to north and 30 kilometres from the easst to the west, covering an area of 1'200 square kilometres, the highlights of which occupy 154 square kilometres.
China 1980, Clouds of Huang Shan Mountain.
The stamp was issued in the series "Exhibition of Chinese Paintings Sponsored by UNESCO".
China 1981, Huang Shan.
Dominica 1996, Huang Shan.
Chad 1996, Huang Shan.
Bhutan 1997, "50th Anniversary of Unesco".
Togo 1997, "50th Anniversary of Unesco".
China 1997, Huang Shan.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines 1997, Yellow Mountains.