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Binhe Beihu Amusement Park
Binhe Beihu Amusement Park

Binhe Amusement Park / 滨河游乐园 Binhe Road Yaodu, Linfen, Shanxi, China. Operating since 2009 or earlier Pictures Maps Parks nearby. Operating Roller Coasters .

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Da Yun Si
Da Yun Si

Linfen is located in the southwestern part of Shanxi, on the lower reaches of the Fen River, bounded by Changzhi and Jincheng to the east, the Yellow River to the west (which also forms the border with Shaanxi), Jinzhong and Lüliang to the north, and Yuncheng to the south.

Dingcun Site
Dingcun Site

Site description. Historical residential courtyards in Dingcun consist of a number of "foursquare" courtyards with buildings on the four directions including the main halls, the wing rooms along the east and west sides, the corridors and the entrance gateways.

Drum Tower
Drum Tower

7Days Inn Linfen East Drum Tower Street is located in Linfen. Free WiFi access is available.

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Erlang Mountain
Erlang Mountain

Mount Erlang (Chinese: 二郎山; pinyin: Èrláng Shān) is a mountain in Sichuan province, China. The Mount Erlang Tunnel is a road tunnel that was dug through Mount Erlang.

Guangsheng Temple
Guangsheng Temple

Guangsheng Temple was established in the Eastern Han Dynasty in 147. The temple, originally known as the Julushe Temple before being renamed Guangsheng in 769, was damaged in a major earthquake in 1303, during the Yuan Dynasty, and was rebuilt thereafter.

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Gushe Mountain
Gushe Mountain

Discount hotels near Gushe Mountain, Linfen. SAVE UP TO 75% OFF hotels near National Parks in Linfen. Rates from USD $4. Book online for instant Confirmation and 24/7 Live Support!

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Houcun Relic Site
Houcun Relic Site

As the heart of China’s coal industry, Linfen was ranked as one of the most polluted cities on earth. It was named as the most uninhabitable place in the world in 2006. After years shrouded in pollution, the city in the southwest of Shanxi province cleaned up its act.

Houma Jinguo Relic Site
Houma Jinguo Relic Site

List of Major National Historical and Cultural Sites in Shanxi ... Site of the Jin Capital in Houma: Houma Jinguo yizhi ... Linfen 临汾市: 4-116 ...

Huamen
Huamen

Coal production in Linfen looks like it may continue until it is physically impossible to live and work there. The gritty and brutally honest journalism team at VICE went to Linfen to investigate. Watch both videos below to get a feel for what it’s like to live in Linfen, China for one week.

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Hukou Falls National Geopark at Yellow River
Hukou Falls National Geopark at Yellow River

Selected as one of the six most beautiful waterfalls in China, Hukou Waterfalls are the largest yellow waterfall in the world and the second biggest waterfall in China after Huangguoshu Waterfall, located 25 km (16 miles) southwest of Jixian County of Linfen City in Shanxi Province.

Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River
Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River

Spring flood arrives at Hukou Waterfall of Yellow River---Photo taken on March 25, 2015 shows the spring flood of Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River in Linfen, north China's Shanxi province.

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Hukou Waterfall,
Hukou Waterfall,

Tourists view the Hukou Waterfall, largest waterfall on Yellow River on March 27, 2015 in Linfen, China. Warmer temperature and melting ice in upper reaches lead to the annual spring flood (also known as the 'peach blossom flood') of Hukou Waterfall, which becomes a splendid scenery for sightseeing. Feature China / Barcroft Media

Jin State Ancient City Site
Jin State Ancient City Site

Coal production in Linfen looks like it may continue until it is physically impossible to live and work there. The gritty and brutally honest journalism team at VICE went to Linfen to investigate. Watch both videos below to get a feel for what it’s like to live in Linfen, China for one week.

Jinguo Museum
Jinguo Museum

As the heart of China’s coal industry, Linfen was ranked as one of the most polluted cities on earth. It was named as the most uninhabitable place in the world in 2006. After years shrouded in pollution, the city in the southwest of Shanxi province cleaned up its act.

Mengmen Mountain
Mengmen Mountain

Linfen is located in the southwestern part of Shanxi, on the lower reaches of the Fen River, bounded by Changzhi and Jincheng to the east, the Yellow River to the west (which also forms the border with Shaanxi), Jinzhong and Lüliang to the north, and Yuncheng to the south.

Ming Dynasty Prison
Ming Dynasty Prison

Linfen is a prefecture-level city in southern Shanxi province, People's Republic of China. It is situated along the banks of the Fen River. It has an area of 20,275 square kilometres (7,828 sq mi) and according to the 2010 Census, a population of 4,316,612 inhabitants of which 944,050 live in the built-up (or metro) area made up of Yaodu urban district.

Pengpeng Recreation Ground
Pengpeng Recreation Ground

Coal production in Linfen looks like it may continue until it is physically impossible to live and work there. The gritty and brutally honest journalism team at VICE went to Linfen to investigate. Watch both videos below to get a feel for what it’s like to live in Linfen, China for one week.

Pengzhen Former Residence
Pengzhen Former Residence

The Former Residence of Li Hongzhang has been named as a 2013 "Hefei service brand", and is the only tourism attraction to obtain such recognition among winning enterprises. As a well-known cultural attraction in Hefei, Anhui province, the Former Residence of Li Hongzhang has been nominated as a brand building, and repeatedly won Hefei Tourism’s "Advanced unit" honorary title.

Renzu Mountain
Renzu Mountain

CPC delegate leads impoverished village to enrichment 2017-10-19 Fang Ruibiao, a delegate to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, has received much acclamation for his work in helping a village in Shanxi province eliminate poverty within a year.

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Saturday Children's Paradise
Saturday Children's Paradise

During the Lantern Festival, ... will fall on Saturday this year. ... "Children's Paradise" and "Embracing Winter Olympics".

Shanv Relic Site
Shanv Relic Site

In Linfen, the article said, the air was so dirty from coal mining that laundry hung outside to dry would turn black. “This place of ours is no good,” one local told the reporter. In a subsequent news article, a British reporter recalled how his eyes burned and nose bled when he traveled to Linfen, where ash fell from the sky.

Taiyueshan National Forest Park
Taiyueshan National Forest Park

The White Cloud Mountain (Baiyunshan) National Forest Park was established in September, 1992. Located in southern Song County, Luoyang, the hinterland of the Funiu Mountain Ridge, it occupies a total area of 168 sq kilometers (64.9 sq miles).

Xuanchuan Huanghe Hukou Waterfall Scenery Spot
Xuanchuan Huanghe Hukou Waterfall Scenery Spot

The Hukou waterfall on the Huanghe River west of Jixian County, Shanxi, is formed when the river flows to the Hukou Mountains on the Shanxi-Shaanxi border and its 250-meter-wide bed, sandwiched between the canyons on its banks, abruptly narrows into a trough 50 meters wide and 30 meters deep and ...

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Xuanquanshan
Xuanquanshan

Linfen is a city found in Shanxi, China. It is located 36.09 latitude and 111.52 longitude and it is situated at elevation 451 meters above sea level. Linfen has a population of 232,566 making it the 7th biggest city in Shanxi.