Also known as Xiongyue, Nit. Wang'er is located 1, 000 kilometers northeast of the railway station of Xiongyue. It was renamed Wanghai (Watching the Sea) in the early fang Dynasty, and later changed into Wang'er (Watching Her Son) according to a legend. With an elevation of 67 meters, the mountain has sheer cliffs. The atone steps lead to the summit on the northern slope. On the summit, there is a brick pagoda in Tibetan style. In the northern part there is a natural arch bridge. At the foot is Wang'er Park.
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