Alpine Garden Preserves Indigenous Culture and Native Plants | Lijiang, China | Z’scape

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Within Pan-Himalaya Region, Alpine Garden is situated on the hillside of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in Lijiang, Yunnan province, China, at an altitude of 2560m high. The 4-hectare site sits close to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Yuhu historic village in the north and Baisha historic town in the east which can be overlooked from the alpine garden. It was created from an ancient Naxi village, which has been abandoned for several decades. This new garden was created to showcase the long history of Naxi culture and significant native alpine plants.

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