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Tongyi 4D Cuojue Art Museum

Tongyi 4D Cuojue Art Museum

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"Changbai Mountain is located in Sanchiyuan County, Jilin Province of China and North Korea. It starts from Songjiang Town in Antu County, Jilin Province in the north, starts at Songjiang River Tourism Development Zone in Fusong County in the west, ends at Nangang Ridge in Helong County in the east, and stretches in the south. To North Korea. The main scenic spot is located in Erdaobaihe Town, Antu County. In a broad sense, Changbai Mountain refers to the Changbai Mountains, which is a series of mountains extending from southwest to northeast for thousands of kilometers. It traverses the east of China’s Jilin, Liaoning and Heilongjiang provinces and the junction of North Korea’s two rivers. In a narrow sense, Changbai Mountain refers only to Its main peak is Changbai Mountain. The highest peak of the Changbai Mountain is the "Jiangjun Peak" (formerly known as Baekto Peak) within the borders of North Korea, which is 2750 meters above sea level, which is the highest peak of the Changbai Mountain Range. The highest peak on the Chinese side is Baiyun Peak with an elevation of 2691 meters. The highest peak in Northeast China. Changbai Mountain is a dormant volcano that has erupted several times in history. Therefore, the unique landform landscape formed is magical, beautiful and majestic. The famous Changbai Mountain Tianchi is located at the top of the volcanic cone of the main peak of Changbai Mountain. It is the largest crater lake in China and the highest volcanic lake in the world. The Changbai Waterfall that pours down from Tianchi is the world's largest waterfall on the volcanic lake. In addition, the Changbai Mountain Grand Canyon integrates strange peaks, strange rocks, valleys, beautiful waters, ancient trees and rare grasses. The ravines are steep and narrow, and the streams are quiet and quiet."