Lijiang, China

The river flows eastward under Baishu Bridge and meets Heishui or Black River before emptying into Heibaishui or Black and White River. Heishui River got its name due to the pebbles in the riverbed being black.

 

In our armchair travels through China we’ve arrived in the Northwest Yunnan Province near Tibet. This has become a popular area for hiking offering fantastic natural scenery. There are many differe…

Source: Lijiang, China

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