Speaking of Elephant Trunk Hill, we must first talk about the French painter Monet, one of the founders of Impressionism, and also its representative. You should have heard of the famous "Sunrise Impression"?
Monet was born in Paris. At the age of 5, the family moved to Le Havre in the Normandy region. So when he grew up, Monet painted his hometown of Le Havre. Not only that, the Elephant Trunk Hill near Le Havre became a Monet dish.
With Monet's eyes on the country, the scenery in front of him becomes an oil painting.
Back to Elephant Trunk Hill, as the name suggests, is the mountain that looks like a nose. There are three elephant trunk mountains in the Elephant Trunk Mountain Scenic Area. Because it is also called Elephant Trunk Hill, it is a friendly scenic spot with the Elephant Trunk Hill in Guilin.
Walking to the seaside of Etretat, nature is so eager to cut out the cliff like a stone arch like a proboscis, one of the most famous spots on the northern coastline of France, the Elephant Trunk Hill. Wrap tight coats and scarves in the cold wind, walk on the pebble beach, and can't help but imagine the scene of people bathing in the sun on Nanfa Beach. One South and one North, the difference is so big.
You must be familiar with the Elephant Trunk Hill in Guilin, but do you know that there is an elephant "family" in the seaside town of Etretat in northwestern France! The three large, medium, and small trunk-shaped cliffs are arranged in turn, making people have to admire the wonders of nature! Unfortunately, it seems that only aerial photography can see the spectacular three-story line at the same time? We climbed the summit trail and saw only two. Which one is like a father, which one is like a mother, and which one is like a baby? This is waiting for you to discover...