Tiantai Mountain

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Tiantai Mountain
Sui Dynasty Guoqing Temple Ancient Tower.JPG
A view of Tiantai Mountain and the pagoda of Guoqing Temple, constructed during the Sui dynasty (6th century CE).
Highest point
Elevation 1,138 m (3,734 ft)
Coordinates 29°10′44″N121°02′32″E / 29.178843°N 121.042213°E / 29.178843; 121.042213
Tian Tai Shan Scenic Area
IUCN category VI (protected area with sustainable use of natural resources) [1]
Area105 km2 (41 sq mi)
DesignationScenic Area
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Tiantai Shan
Chinese 天台山
Hanyu Pinyin PRC Standard Mandarin:
Tiāntāi Shān
ROC Standard Mandarin:
Tiāntái Shān