The town has three hills. This one is one of them with some history in background. Nice place to visit.
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Beigu is perhaps the least known or popular of the '3 mountains' in Zhenjiang (Jinshan, Jiaoshan and Beigu). Consequently it's not as touristy or crowded. In fact if you have enough knowledge about the Chinese culture (not just dubious folklores told by guides, but the history, the literature masterpieces), then you will sure find Beigu a treasure of historic and... More
The park and mountain are a lot of fun to visit. Going on a nice warm day is wonderful. But what's lots of fun, is going there at night. Hundreds of people go to dance/exercise. Different groups play music and you can join in. I love to go dance!