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Lu Shan 1'474 m
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The Lu Shan is located in the south of the city Jiujiang (northern part of the Jiangxi Province). It is known as one of the cultural centers of ancient China. The highest peak, Dahanyang, reaches to 1'474 metres above sea level. The Lu Shan has been an Unesco World Heritage Site since 1996. The Lu Shan borders to the Yagtze River in the north.

 

 

mountainstamp.com China 1974 Lushan mountain stamp Lu Shan mountain Immortals Cavern.

China 1974, Lu Shan mountain (Immortals Cavern).

An immortal is said to have inhabited this cave, which is over ten meters in both height and depth. A stone statue of the immortal stands in side the cave and a spring trickles all the year round.

 

China 1981 Sunlit Peak Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Sunlit Peak

China 1981 Stone and Pines Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Stone and Pines

China 1981 Hanpo Pass Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Hanpo Pass
From this mountain pass overlooking the vast and misty Poyang Lake, visitors can see the junk-dotted lake blending with the sky and the towering Hanyang and Litoujian peaks shrouded in clouds and mist.

China 1981 Five Elderly Men Peaks Wulaofeng Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Five Elderly Men Peaks (Wulaofeng)
Rising 1,358 meters above sea level, the peaks resemble five healthy men, hence the name. Near the top there is a cave called Five Elderly Men Cave (Wulaodong). The peaks also are known for the sturdy and strange-looking Lushan Pines.

China 1981 Yellow Dragon Pool Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Yellow Dragon Pool

China 1981 Three layer spring Sandiequan Falls Lushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Three layer spring
(Sandiequan Falls)

China 1981 Dragon Head CliffLushan stamps timbre Briefka francobolli
China 1981
Dragon Head Cliff
(Longshouya)
This cliff has been described poetically as a dragon ready to leap into the sky. Below the cliff is a forest of grotesque rocks with extraordinary pines growing from their crevices.

 

Taiwan 1988, Lu Shan.
Painting by Shen Zhou (1427–1509).

China 1994 Sandiequan Falls Stationery postal card

China 1994, Sandiequan Falls.
Stationery postal card.

 

China 1994 Heavenly Bridge stationery Card

China 1994, Lu Shan Heavenly Bridge.
(also known as Dragon Head Cliff's Natural Bridge)
Stationery postal card.

 

China & Korea North 1999, Lu Shan.
The stamps were issued in the series
"50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and North Korea".

 

China 2014 & Macau 2016
Water Landscape of Lushan Mountain.
The stamp was issued in the series "Yangtse River Views".

 

China 2014, "35th Nat'l Best Stamp Popularity Poll". sheet 2014.

China 2014, "35th Nat'l Best Stamp Popularity Poll". sheet 2014.
The stamp "Water Landscape of Lushan Mountain" of the Yagtse River Views series was issued in the "35th Nat'l Best Stamp Popularity Poll" sheet as well.

 

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