Mount WuDang was officially inaugurated as a World Heritage Site in 1994. Located in Central China, Mount WuDang is the one of birthplaces of the Chinese Tao Religion. The buildings at Mount WuDang were built during the Tang Dynasty, nurturing over thousand years of history and civilization. While history repeats itself over time that brought man made destructions, the nature and plantations were fortunately kept preserved.This App walks you through Mount WuDangs breathtakingly beautiful nature, historical buildings, the preserved Tao traditions and medicine, and last but not least, the TaiJi martial art.This app contains a user guide and is easy to navigate.Four Operating languages can be easily switched on the fly and include Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and English.This app contains many links which make it easy to navigate between this and other of our World Heritage apps.Text in the app can be hidden, and slideshow mode activated to simply enjoy the photography. Using the app's picture folder and camera function, you can freely add and delete your own images.Supports iOS6.0, and has the function to share on Facebook and Sina Microblog.Contains background music that may be turned on and off.Supports updates.Thank you for buying our app, as a gift , we will post you a paper photograph for free. Please link this web: http://www.chinaquest.cn/products_wudang.html to take a look. Choose one as your favorite over and via Email. China Quests email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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