Archway and steps, Mount Tai 泰山, Shandong – the highest point which can be reached on horseback
© 2018 Historical Photographs of China
University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: FD-s233. Mount Tai (Tai Shan 泰山), north of Tai'an, Shandong (Taianfu, Shantung) is one of the Five Sacred Mountains of China and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chinese characters at bottom right corner: 泰山迴馬嶺 Taishan hui ma ling = Mount Tai Mountain, where one sends back the horses. Chinese characters on the arch: 迴馬嶺 / 努力革命互㑅[.] Hui ma ling / nuli geming huzuo[.] = Mountain where one sends back the horses / strive together for revolution. The arch marks the highest point which can be reached on horseback. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Tai. See FD-s234, FD-s235, FD-s236, FD-s237 and FD-s238.
Black and white photograph
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