Wudang Mountains Tourist Development Center

( chinadaily.com.cn )

Updated: 2014-04-28

Wudang Mountains Tourist Development Center sits in the Tai Chi Lake new area. It faces mountains to the north and Tai Chi Lake to the south.

Seen from afar, the windows resemble harp strings. Harp is the earliest plucked string instrument in history and is known for its elegant appearance, soothing tone and noble artistic quality.

The center will incorporate the harmonious concept of being in line with the surrounding mountains and to integrate classic aestheticism and modern art.

It combined a European musical instrument with Chinese-styled architecture. Touring the center at night will make for a wonderful experience of seeing gurgling fountains under the moon, with a poetic atmosphere.

Wudang Mountains Tourist Development Center

Wudang Mountains tourist center evokes harp strings. [Photo/wudangshan.gov.cn]


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