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China Karst Geological Museum

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Address: No.40 Qixing Road, Qixing District, Guilin 541004, China
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Combined with the chairlift at Yaoshan

This was an unexpected surprise as we were exiting the chairlift at Yaoshan. We had a rushed walk through as our ride was waiting to take us back to city center. A guide was there... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Bodrum City, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was an unexpected surprise as we were exiting the chairlift at Yaoshan. We had a rushed walk through as our ride was waiting to take us back to city center. A guide was there to explain the exhibits to visitors. The exhibits seem interesting though we didn't have time to appreciate. Unfortunately after the museum is the 'mandatory' shopping... More 

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Guilin, China
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Reviewed 27 February 2017

It was pretty cool to learn that a long time ago Guilins' landscape was submerged underwater, hence the mountains being made of limestone. After all the water drained and eroded the lands for over thousands of years, the unique karst mountains were formed. Even better, animal fossils and unique rocks from as back as the stone age period have been... More 

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