THREE GORGES REGION OF CHINA

The Three Gorges (simplified Chinese: 三峡; traditional Chinese: 三峽; pinyinSānxiá) are three adjacent gorges along the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, in the hinterland of the People’s Republic of China. With a subtropical monsoon climate, they are known for their scenery. The “Three Gorges Scenic Area” is classified as a AAAAA scenic area (the highest level) by the China National Tourism Administration.[1]

The Three Gorges—comprising the QutangWu, and Xiling gorges—span 193 miles (311 km), beginning at Baidi City of Chongqing Municipality, in the west and ending at Nanjing Pass, at Yichang CityHubei Province, in the east, between which are the Fengjie and Wu Mountains of Chongqing, as well as Badong, Zigui, and Yichang of Hubei Province;.

2 thoughts on “THREE GORGES REGION OF CHINA

  1. Love how it is being described. Never been there before but would love to go and see this beautiful place myself. Love your lovely paintings.

    1. The best part is I didn’t paint the 3Gorges. It’s all in Allan’s world that it resembles that place. However I learnt so much from his writings. Thanks Allan for educating me🙏🏼👵🏽

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