Picture of the Day: The Guilin Hills of China
THE GUILIN HILLS OF CHINA
Photograph via Reddit
The Guilin Hills are rock formations made of limestone and they are situated along the Li River in China. The tree-covered limestone hills are one of China’s most storied natural wonders, known as Guilin after the local town. They appear in countless Chinese scroll paintings, poems and even on the back of the 20-yuan note. Around 9 million local tourists visit every year.