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Located in the fertile Yangtze Delta on the south bank of the river's lower reaches in Jiangsu Province, Zhenjiang is a historical and cultural city that combines industries, harbors and tourism. Zhejiang borders Nanjing to its west, Shanghai, Suzhou, Wuxi and Changzhou to its east, and faces Yangzhou to its north on the other side of the river. It has jurisdiction over four counties, namely Danyang, Yangzhong, Dantu and Jurong.

The scenery of Zhenjiang is very beautiful. Zhenjiang got its fame as the top mountains in the southeast because of the three mountains, namely Jinshan Mountain, Jiaoshan Mountain and Beigu Mountain. It is also called the city of mountains and forests because of the Crane Forest, the Bamboo Forest and the Three Temples of Zhaoyin stretching even to the inner of the city. The Southern Mountain National Forest Park has a quiet environment and beautiful scenery.

Besides the scenic spots mentioned above, Zhenjiang is also famous for its historic sites. The most well-known ones are the Tianchan Temple of the Jinshan River, the Stele Forest of Jiaoshan Mountain, the Ancient Street of the Song and Yuan dynasties, the reading platform of the Zhaoming Prince, the Stone Tower across the street, the stone carving of the tombs of the six dynasties. All of these record the history of the city and attract tourists home and abroad. The Stele Forest of Jiaoshan Mountain and the Stone Carvings of the tombs of the six dynasties are cultural relics sites under the state protection. Maoshan Mountain and Baohua Mountain in Jurong City are the birthplaces of the Taoism and the Buddhism respectively. Zhenjiang was listed a key tourist city and a historical and cultural city.

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