Elephant Trunk Hill

The Elephant Trunk Hill is also called xiangshan, located in the Guilin City of Guangxi Province, China. The Elephant Trunk Hill is so named because it looks like a giant elephant drinking water with its trunk on the Li River bank. The Elephant Trunk Hill juts out into the Li River where it joins the Peach Blossom River. It seemed to stretch as the giant water nose, very realistic image for the city of Guilin emblem, is the most classic tourism scenic spots. The Ming Dynasty poet KongYong wrote "like the clear drink Yu He,a bibulous should wave, castle peak naturally bone, and notice them by day."

The Elephant Trunk Hill is a beautiful landscape, is the symbol and the sign of Guilin City, is the love of the Chinese and foreign visitors.

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