Mian Mountain (绵山 /Myen Shan/ ‘Silky’ Mountain) is a unique location in China where Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism all left their mark, going back some 2,500 years. Hanging on miles and miles of steep cliff faces are numerous ancient temples from various dynasties, many of which remain hidden from sight.
There are over thirty locations with hanging architecture wonders and temples ranging in style.
Travel tips: Located in Jiexiu City, Shanxi Province, Mian Mountain is 25 miles south of Pingyao and 99 miles south of Taiyuan. You can catch bus from Jiexiu, some travelers recommend hiring a car for the trip, or you can book a package tour. Set aside one to two days for travel and time to see all the main sites.
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