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Where the black dragon roars

2012-03-07 07:33:37 GMT2012-03-07 15:33:37(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Heilongtan Park, otherwise known as the Black Dragon Pond Park, is located at the foot of a snow capped mountain in the tourism town of Lijiang, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The park is named after a famous folktale about a young male black dragon that is said to have once ruled the weather in the region. A landmark site in the ancient township, the park is a popular destination for local residents and tourists alike.

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