T/L WS TD Wulong Karst Landform / Chongqing, China

The Wulong karsts are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site,with that spectacular karst features are of world class quality: giant deep limestone doline (several hundred meters deep), called Tiankeng, fissures, and exceptionally high natural stone arch bridges (up to 281m high) between which are long stretches of very deep unroofed caves systems. As we descended down under the first of the three massive stone archways, an almost mystical building set directly under Tianlong Bridge comes into view. This ancient outpost was featured in Zhang Yimou’s Curse of the Golden Flower (a fact proudly inscribed in a rock next to the building). It’s easy to see why Zhang Yimou picked this spot as the only outside scene in the whole movie: the environment truly makes you feel like you’re in a classic Chinese period movie. Film 'Transformers 4 ' is also shot here.


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Upphovsman:Rui Wang
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Samling:Image Bank Film
Plats:Chongqing, Chongqing, China
Releaseinformation:Saknar release
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