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The '''Wuyi Mountains''' are a mountain range located in the prefecture of [[Nanping]], in the northern border of [[Fujian]] province with Jiangxi province, China. The mountains cover an area of 60 km². In 1999, Mount Wuyi entered UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, both natural and cultural. It is the most outstanding biodiversity conservation zone of Southeast China.  
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The '''Wuyi Mountains''' are a mountain range located in the prefecture of Nanping, in the northern border of Fujian province with Jiangxi province, China. The mountains cover an area of 60 km². In 1999, Mount Wuyi entered UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, both natural and cultural. It is the most outstanding biodiversity conservation zone of Southeast China.  
  
The Wuyi Mountains are located between Wuyishan City, [[Nanping]] prefecture in [[Fujian]] province and Wuyishan Town, at Shangrao city in Jiangxi province. The area is connected to the road network by provincial road number S303. The world heritage site has an area of 999.75 square kilometres within an additional buffer zone of 278.88 km².  
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The Wuyi Mountains are located between Wuyishan City, Nanping prefecture in Fujian province and Wuyishan Town, at Shangrao city in Jiangxi province. The area is connected to the road network by provincial road number S303. The world heritage site has an area of 999.75 square kilometres within an additional buffer zone of 278.88 km².  
  
Numerous types of tea are produced around Mount Wuyi; it is the origin of [[Da Hong Pao tea]] and [[Lapsang souchong]], further described in [[Wuyi tea]].
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Numerous types of tea are produced around Mount Wuyi; it is the origin of [[Da Hong Pao]] and [[Lapsang Souchong]], further described in [[Wuyi tea]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:04, 24 March 2016

The Wuyi Mountains in Fujian, China

The Wuyi Mountains are a mountain range located in the prefecture of Nanping, in the northern border of Fujian province with Jiangxi province, China. The mountains cover an area of 60 km². In 1999, Mount Wuyi entered UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, both natural and cultural. It is the most outstanding biodiversity conservation zone of Southeast China.

The Wuyi Mountains are located between Wuyishan City, Nanping prefecture in Fujian province and Wuyishan Town, at Shangrao city in Jiangxi province. The area is connected to the road network by provincial road number S303. The world heritage site has an area of 999.75 square kilometres within an additional buffer zone of 278.88 km².

Numerous types of tea are produced around Mount Wuyi; it is the origin of Da Hong Pao and Lapsang Souchong, further described in Wuyi tea.