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Stone forest in N China's Inner Mongolia

2009-04-07 03:31:48 GMT2009-04-07 11:31:48 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The picture taken on April 5, 2009 shows a view of the stone forest in the Asihatu World Geological Park near Chifeng city in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Tourists could see granite stone forests and explore great rock formation in the national park, which is some 500km to the northeast of Beijing. (Xinhua/Sun Guoshu)

The picture taken on April 5, 2009 shows a view of the stone forest in the Asihatu World Geological Park near Chifeng city in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Tourists could see granite stone forests and explore great rock formation in the national park, which is some 500km to the northeast of Beijing. (Xinhua/Sun Guoshu)

The picture taken on April 5, 2009 shows a view of the stone forest in the Asihatu World Geological Park near Chifeng city in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Tourists could see granite stone forests and explore great rock formation in the national park, which is some 500km to the northeast of Beijing. (Xinhua/Sun Guoshu)

The picture taken on April 5, 2009 shows a view of the stone forest in the Asihatu World Geological Park near Chifeng city in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Tourists could see granite stone forests and explore great rock formation in the national park, which is some 500km to the northeast of Beijing.

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