Huangguoshu Falls - Waterfall stamp

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    Huangguoshu Falls - Waterfall stamp

    Huangguoshu Falls

    ChinCHINA 1989 - Huangguoshu falls Maximum Carda Maximum Card - Huangguoshu Falls (literally "Yellow-Fruit Tree Falls") is a waterfall in China located on the Baihe River in Anshun, Guizhou Province. It is 74m (243 ft) high and 81m (266 ft) wide. It is the largest waterfall in Asia.

    Huangguoshu Waterfall is the centre of the Huangguoshu scenic area. Located on the Baishui River, it is the largest of its kind in China and one of the most magnificent waterfalls in the world. It is 81 metres wide, with a drop of 74 metres. Like the Milky Way descending from heaven, the Huangguoshu Waterfall rushes into the Xiniu pond. Its roaring sound can be heard several kilometres away. The cave behind the Waterfall is 134 metres long. Still intact inside the cave is an age-old carving of four Chinese characters, meaning "snow reflecting cloud". Watching sunset from inside the cave offers a mirage-like view.


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