Guangdong, Danxia Mountain - China's naughtiest national park

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Only an hour from Guangzhou by fast train, is a national park called Danxia (丹霞山). Curiously there is a mountain that has been naturally shaped into a "male tool", as well as a cave that is shaped very much like the "female tool". This makes the area significant to Daoists as it represents the female (Yin) and male (Yang).

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