[Video via the Publicity Department of CPC Jiangxia District Committee]
In Jiangxia District of Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, Lingshan, an abandoned mine, has become a beautiful park and a good place for citizens to relax and entertain.
In Lingshan Mine Flower Paradise, the rape blossoms on both sides of the road are in full bloom, which is intoxicating. On the edge of the clear lake, a waterfall nearly 50 meters high flows down, stirring up layers of waves. No one would have thought that this place was originally an abandoned mining area.
In 2018, Jiangxia District launched the reclamation and utilization project of abandoned industrial and mining land in history, and Lingshan was listed as a pilot project. According to the project, Jiangxia District will integrate mine ecological restoration, reclamation and utilization, cultural tourism and rural revitalization. With Lingshan and Jiangjun Mountain as the core areas, it will integrate mountains, water, forests, fields, lakes, grasses, flowers, holes and other natural resources within a range of six square kilometers. With the goal of "ecological tourism", it is committed to the building of a national-level ecological restoration demonstration area, a modern agricultural sightseeing area, a 4A-level tourist attraction, and a rural revitalization demonstration base.
After more than two years of comprehensive management, Lingshan has achieved ecological transformation, with lakes and forests, where you can enjoy flowers in spring, coolness in summer, fruit picking in autumn, and admiring plum blossoms in winter.
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