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Mount Du

Mount Du
Mount Du is located in China
Mount Du
Mount Du
Location in China
Elevation 367.8 m (1,207 ft)
Location Nanyang, Henan, China

Mount Du (Chinese: 独山; Pinyin: Dú Shān), which means Lonely Hill in Chinese, is a small mountain near Nanyang City, Henan province, China.


The hill is rich in jade. Dushan Jade is one of the four famous jades of China, and is now very rare.

Local Culture

On the third day of the third month of the Chinese calendar, people will climb the mountain.


  • China Jade - The 10th paragraph has an introduction.

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