Just gorge-ous

Bayes, Robin
February 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;2/16/2007, Issue 37, p20
Trade Publication
The article features the Yangtze River as the hottest destination in China. The river is considered to be the longest river in the country, having three gorge dams including the Qutang Gorge, Wu Gorge and Xiling Gorge. The three dams have been described as the natural gallery of mountains and rivers by George Xiong, the deputy director of the National Tourist Office.


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