Mount Tai is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the
city of Tai'an, in Shandong province, China. .... The Immortal Bridge (Chinese: 仙
The sacred Mount Tai ('shan' means 'mountain') was the object of an imperial cult
... the artistic masterpieces found there are in perfect harmony with the natural
landscape. ... Mount Taishan is the most famous sacred mountain of China, with ...
Most beautiful mountains in China include the Yellow Mountains, Mountain Emei,
Wutai ... Chinese emperors performed mountain worship ceremonies on Mount
Tai. ... landscape, many ancient temples and nunneries nestle on the mountain.
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Taishan or Tai Mountain is one of the 5 Great Mountains of China. ... is an ideal
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Sacred mountains in China are holy places of both Taoism and Buddhism. ... Tai
Shan, Taoist mountain of the east, Shandong province, 1545 meters.
Mar 10, 1991 ... It looms over Chinese landscape painting. ... Neolithic age, when worship of
mountains probably began in China, to miniature stone gardens of the present. ...
In one rubbing, Mount Tai, the most revered of the five mountains ...
History of Chinese landscape painting and galleries of famous Chinese painters.
... Mi Fu basically abandoned the drawn line, forming his mountains with rows ...
Taishan, Mount Tai (UNESCO), is one of the most important mountains in China.
Its height is 1532 m above seal level and it has been celebrated in China since ...
Weathered limestone rocks from China's Lake Tai line the water's edge capturing
the majesty of the mountains and rivers of China, while the surface of the lake ...