1 picture for Yangchun
Things to see in Yangchun, China
Yangchun is a town in Jilin province, northeastern China. It is known for its Buddhist temples and scenic spots. The most popular attractions are the Longmen Grottoes, which date back to the 6th century BC, and the Seventh-Day Temple, which is one of the most important Buddhist shrines in North China. Yangchun also has a number of Yangzhou tea gardens, as well as a few hundred years old wooden architecture.
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