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  • Lillian Marie Malter

    the reed flute (or karst) cave in guilin, southern china, was carved out of the karst limestone mountains over 180 million years ago from an underground river that has now settled into a lake. more than 70 ink inscriptions dating back to 792 ce can also be found inside the cave, which was left forgotten for a thousand years before being rediscovered in the 1940s by a group of refugees fleeing japanese troops. photos by james p. nelson

  • Bcn

    Reed Flute Cave - Guilin, Guangxi, China | Image Credit: James P. Nelson of National Geographic | This cave is named for the reeds that grow outside the entrance which can be made into flutes. The natural limestone cave is lit with multicolored lights, creating an otherworldly landscape of beauty. |

  • Anna Schultz

    My heart aches when I see places like this. Forever in wanderlust.

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