Six Chinese sites named UNESCO Global Geoparks

2024-03-29 ECNS App Download

The Mount Changbaishan Geopark, along with five other Chinese geoparks, were named  Global Geoparks by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on Wednesday. 

Among the newly designated sites, the Mount Changbaishan Geopark is located in China's northeastern Jilin Province, which hosts dramatic landforms and diverse rock types that document significant multiphase volcanic eruptions. 

The five others are Enshi Grand Canyon-Tenglongdong Cave Geopark in Hubei Province, Linxia Geopark in Gansu Province, Longyan Geopark in Fujian Province, Wugongshan Geopark in Jiangxi Province, and Xingyi Geopark in Guizhou Province. 

(Reported by CNS reporters; Edited by Qi Yiling)



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