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Seven beautiful sceneries that may disappear in China!

We all know that nature is constantly changing. Many scenic spots have disappeared after thousands of years of evolution, leaving behind endless regrets. Here are seven scenic spots that may disappear in China, two in Gansu alone! So for those who want to travel, let's make arrangements!

Dongchuan red soil -- Kunming City, Yunnan Province

The area with a radius of nearly 100 Li is the most concentrated, typical and characteristic red soil in Yunnan Red Soil Plateau. Against the background of blue sky, white clouds and the unpredictable light, the red earth constitutes a spectacular landscape.

Yunnan is located in a warm and humid environment. The iron in the soil is gradually oxidized and deposited, gradually forming a dazzling color.

From September to December every year, part of the red soil is turned over for planting, and the other part has been planted with green highland barley or wheat and other crops. From a distance, it looks like a piece of color smeared by heaven.

Possible reasons: in order to prevent soil erosion, returning farmland to forest and stopping planting.

Crescent spring in Mogao Grottoes -- Dunhuang City, Gansu Province

Crescent spring is a wonderful lake in a long desert. Curved as a crescent moon, it is named "the first spring in the desert".

At the foot of Mingsha mountain, the spring forms a lake surrounded by sand dunes. Spring in quicksand, drought does not dry up, wind blowing sand does not fall, is a spectacle.

Camel Bells flutter in the wild desert, sending the missing of family.

The possible reasons for the disappearance: crisp alkali, nail, mildew.

Lugu Lake -- the junction of Sichuan and Yunnan

Lugu Lake, known as the "Pearl of the plateau", is an unpolluted virgin lake. All the islands in the lake are graceful, with different shapes, lush trees and picturesque green. The boar boat that glides slowly on the blue waves and the Mosuo folk songs that float slowly between the water and the sky add a bit of simplicity and tranquility.

Here, everything is so magical, so simple, whether it is chengdingli, ashao marriage, matrilineal family, funeral, are unique. Every etiquette, every custom, is a beautiful and moving story, a beautiful pastoral.

Look, the pig boat floating from afar, carrying A-Mei, waves to you and puts her throat to you: 'Oh, friend, don't go when you come, A-Mei will accompany you to the west mountain of the moon'.

The possible reasons for the disappearance: water pollution, too many tourists, excessive business.

LUOQUAN -- Zizhong County, Sichuan Province

LUOQUAN ancient town is located at the bottom of a valley surrounded by mountains. When a car drives into LUOQUAN and overlooks the ancient town at the foot of the mountain from the mountain, the ancient style fire wall and the roof with sharp eaves make people feel like going back hundreds of years through time and space

LUOQUAN town is famous for its unique five mile long street, karst cave, nine palaces, one temple, eight temples, eight colors and LUOQUAN Dragon Lantern Festival. Her appearance overlooks the image of a dragon just out of the sea, so LUOQUAN is also called the first dragon town in Sichuan.

The houses that stand on the riverside are quite large. At that time, merchants gathered in LUOQUAN Town, which was very busy. Today, only a well preserved salt temple is left, showing the desolation of ancient times.

The possible reasons for the disappearance are: disrepair for a long time and aggravation of human activities.

Jingangbei Village -- Beibei District, Chongqing

Here, the mountains are stacked, the fresh green is dripping, and the streams are murmuring, showing the distinctive historical and regional characteristics of "a stone road, a thousand year old stele of King Kong".

Huangjue trees occupy every corner. At the end of Jingang Road, an ancient street is connected. On both sides of the road are abandoned buildings of the Republic of China.

After the original residents moved out in 2009, it became quiet here.

Possible reasons for disappearance: the original residents have been relocated, and the ancient village presents a kind of fragmentary and simple beauty.

Yongtai ancient city -- Baiyin City, Gansu Province

Yongtai ancient city, with a history of more than 400 years, was built by the Ming government to defend against the invasion of ethnic minorities in the north.

There are 12 fortresses and 4 towers on the city wall, and under the city there are urn and moat. The north and south sides of the city point to Lanzhou and the great wall respectively, and there are beacon towers stretching for tens of miles, which can be regarded as a model of textbook style of ancient Chinese military fortress.

Nowadays, due to successive years of drought, the residents living in the city have moved away in order to make a living. In the early days of liberation, the number of 1000 families has declined to 87. In the past, there were many restaurants and restaurants, but there were no more tea booths and restaurants.

The possible reasons for the disappearance are ecological deterioration, migration of residents, land desertification and salinization, and sharp decline of forest coverage.

Dawan Shiju -- Pingshan New District, Shenzhen

In front of the gate is Heping, and in front of it is a moon shaped pond. Flagpole stone is still kept on the side of Heping. The four big characters in Yangwen are striking. The eaves on the door are high, and all kinds of figures, birds, flowers and birds on the relief on the forehead are vividly painted.

The 220 year old brick wall has a long history.

It can be said that it is a modern history of Hakka and a living fossil of Hakka culture.

The possible reason for disappearance: the wall is difficult to resist wind and rain erosion and collapse.

"No matter how much beauty and history they carry, no matter how time changes, no matter how fast technology develops, please look at them with your eyes and embrace them with your hands. Don't wait until it's gone to think of