Follow Li Bai to travel: Jingting Mountain | Self-driving to Xuancheng, it is Jingting Mountain, so I drove Ai Ruize straight to Jingting Mountain. A deity makes a mountain, not its altitude. "From the Qiqi Xiezhen "You Jingting Mountain" and the Tang Dynasty Li Bai "Sit in Jingtingshan" poems, Jingtingshan became famous. After Xie Li, Bai Juyi, Du Mu, Han Yu, Liu Yuxi, Wang Wei, Meng Haoran and so on, The poems, poems, lyrics, and paintings of the Chinese dynasty have been thousands of times. The Jingting Mountain is known as the "Jiangnan Shishan", which is well-known at home and abroad. Jingting Mountain belongs to Huangshan Mountain. Branch veins, the mountain is southwest--the northeast trend, 60 large and small mountain peaks, surrounded by hills like birds and phoenixes, like the stars holding the moon around a peak. Although Jingting Mountain is not high, but in this hilly area, it rises. Looking far and wide, the clouds are foggy, like a tiger lying down; the near view of Lin Biao deep, spring water, it is extraordinarily beautiful. The self-owned Qing Li, the reputation of the ancient poetry, the wind is endless.
Jingting Mountain is a famous cultural mountain in Xuancheng City of southern Anhui. Since the Tang and Song Dynasties, many poets such as Li Bai, Xie Tao and Mei Yaochen have been famous throughout the country for their poems. Walking in the middle of the road, you can see the architectural style of the Tang and Song Dynasties in China. Although the buildings of this style are later restored, the scale and momentum do not seem to be lost. Xuancheng has been the Ningxia since ancient times. The over-zone of Jiangning and Huizhou in Nanjing is in Xuancheng. The influence of Huizhou culture has made Xuanchengs buildings also have many cultural colors of Huizhou. Continue to travel to reach the famous temples in the Tang and Song Dynasties in China. You can see how beautiful the environment is.
Jingting Mountain is located in the northern suburbs of Xuancheng District. The original name was Zhaoting Mountain. In the early Jin Dynasty, it was renamed Jingting Mountain. A branch of the Huangshan Mountains, it stretches from east to west for more than five kilometers. There are about 60 large and small peaks in total. The main peak is called the "Number One Peak." Over the many years of previous dynastic eras, over a thousand poems, texts and paintings of and about Jingting Mountain have been penned. Jingting Mountain is known as the "Poetry Mountain South of the Yangtze" and is well-known both inside and outside of China.