Located in the northern border of China, Greater Hinggan Mountains boast abundant resources of forest, river and wonderful natural scenaries. Apart from the world-known spectacles, such as "the Arctic light" and "White Nights", this area has many historical sites and cultural relics, including "Rouge Gully" and the "Golden Road" flourished in ancient time. Besides, there live the Ewenkis group who have preserved the primitive customs and culture peculiar to their own nationality.
Located in the southwestern part of Heihe Municipality, the Wudalianchi Scenic Area is a well-known national nature reserve and one of the 40 key scenic spots in China. In this area 14 cones marked the sites of dormant volcanoes. With u perfect preservation of the original geographical conditions, it is acclaimed as the "Museum of Volcanoes." By the time of volcanic eruption, the lava from the tarter fell into nearby Bei River and blocked its course, forming, thereby. a series of five barrier lakes. Thus, Wudalianchi (Five Linked Lakes) is called. As one of the three cold spring, in the world, the mineral water in this place has many medical properties.
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