Seven Star Park
Seven Star Park lies on the east side of
the Li River
and covers about 120 hectares of ground. The name of the park comes from its seven peaks which resemble the pattern of the Big Dipper constellation. Many attractions can be found within the park. The most notable of these are Seven Star Cave, Dragon Hiding Cave, Flowers Bridge, the Zoo, Mosque, Potted Trees, Guihai Forest of Steles and much more.
Flower Bridge in Seven Star Park
The Flower Bridge serves as the main entrance to the park. It is built in the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The bridge is surrounded by a variety of flowers in Spring and Summer.
Seven Star Cave can be found in Putuo Hill which is famous for its abundance of caves. Seven Star Cave is famous for its incredible rock formations and stunning stalagtites and stalagmites. As with other caves in the region, certain parts of the rock are likened to images from nature as well as myths. The cave used to be known as the 'Residence of the Immortals.'
Camel Hill looks resembles a huge camel standing in vast grassland. The sun sets over this hill can be breathtakingly beautiful. It’s a very popular place to take a stroll, the hill towering over a pleasant stretch of grass lawn. The park zoo can also be found nearby.
Guihai Stele Forest is located to the south of the Crescent Hill. Around 218 well preserved stone carvings and inscriptions can be found here. The majority of these carving works are from the Tang and Song Dynasties which have been of great importance in the development of
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