Huashan Mountain’s Last Taoist Immortality seekers depicted by foreign journalists in 1935

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Huashan Mountain, located in Shaanxi Province, about 110 kilometers east of the city of Xi’an, is one of China’s Five Sacred Taoist Mountains and has a long history of religious significance.

The Mountain was an important temple for Taoist immortality seekers, as many herbal Chinese medicines are grown and powerful drugs were reputed to be found there.

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