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Mountains Ancient China for Kids. In ancient times, China's geography included natural barriers of fierce deserts and the Himalayan Mountains. The Himalayans are not located in modern day China. China's borders have changed over the years. Today, the Himalayans run along near the border of modern day southern China.

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The Sacred Mountains of China are divided into several groups. The Five Great Mountains (simplified Chinese: 五 岳; traditional Chinese: 五 嶽; pinyin: Wǔ yuè) refers to five of the most renowned mountains in Chinese history, and they were the subjects of imperial pilgrimage by emperors throughout ages. They are associated with the supreme God of Heaven and the five main cosmic deities ...

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China Mountains and Plateaus. China Rivers. China Deserts. ... The Yellow River is China's second longest, and it flows through the North China Plain, known as the cradle of ancient China, as this area was the most prosperous at the time, it is believed that the Chinese civilization originated in the Yellow River Basin.

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All mountains help protect the residents from outside invaders. China's are no exception. China has its big mountain on the west and have smaller mountains in the south. Historically China had invaders from its north on land or from sea in the eas...

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China’s like a staircase. Sometimes people describe China’s landscape as being like a staircase with three steps. The top step of this Chinese environment staircase is in the west, where the Himalaya mountains are (India is on the other side of these mountains).. Himalaya Mountains

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List of mountains in China. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The following is an incomplete list of mountains in the People's Republic of China, sorted in alphabetical order. List. Mountain Image Province-level division Elevation Notes Amne Machin: Qinghai: 6,282 metres (20,610 ft) Badaling: Beijing: 1,015 metres (3,330 ft) ...

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Mt. Hengshan of South China (South Great Mountain) As one of the Five Great Mountains of China, with a height of 1,300.2 m, Mt. Hengshan locates in Hunan Province, is famous for its superb natural scenery and brilliant religious culture, which earning it a place on the UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site list. Because of the ideal climate conditions, Mt. Hengshan keeps green all ...

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The Himalaya Mountains are the southern border between China and India. The Plateau of Tibet is on the Chinese side of the Himalaya Mountains. Like the Himalaya Mountains, the Plateau of Tibet was also formed by the slow crash of the Indian subcontinent into Asia. Another Mountain range in western China is the Tian Shan.

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In China, Wutai Mountain takes first place among the four Mountains well known for the Buddhism. There are existing 108 temples constructed with all the essence from various ancient buildings of past dynasties as Wei, Qi, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasty and the Republic of China, which are precious historical heritage of China with ...

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History for Kids >> Ancient China The geography of Ancient China shaped the way the civilization and culture developed. The large land was isolated from much of the rest of the world by dry deserts to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the east, and impassable mountains to the south.