Yang Liulang, a famous general in the Northern Song Dynasty, was stigmatized by Pan Renmei because of his merits in resisting the Khitan. He led his troops to retreat to the southwest and stationed in this cave, hence the name "Liulang Cave." Liulang Cave is located 79 kilometers west of Qiubei County, Yunnan Province, next to Xiaojiangkou Village, Chongtou Township. The cave is built in China's first underground karst cave water power station-Liulangdong Hydropower Station. Liulang Cave has a lot of water, with a maximum flow of 92 cubic meters per second and an average flow rate of 23.2 cubic meters per second for many years. In 1959, the state built a dam in the cave to form a 30-meter deep underground reservoir and built an installed capacity of 12,500. KW×2 underground hydroelectric power station. The cave is wide, with the highest point reaching 30 meters. There are clusters of stalactites, such as Ding, Ruozhong, Ruomo, birds and beasts, vivid and vivid. The cave is divided into two large chambers on the left and right, the two chambers are connected, and they can come and go freely, but they are now separated by an underground reservoir. There is a 2m high and 300m long horizontal tunnel in the upper part of the right large room, and it is equipped with lighting for easy access. In the large room on the left, there is a stone trough where Yang Liulang feeds his horses and a conference hall.
Covering Bui Songlin Lake and most of the eastern part, it has landscape features such as continuous peaks and forests and lakes dotted with it. The main feature is scattered solitary lakes. With peaks, lakes, idyllic scenery, and fishing as its main features, there are mainly scenic spots such as Leidashan Reservoir, Mazhelong Cremation Tombs, Shuiwei Temple, Wupu Reservoir, and Shenyi Cave.
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