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Lang Son Geopark
Lang Son Geopark was established on December 13, 2021 under Decision No. 2424/QD-UBND of the People's Committee of Lang Son province. Lang Son Geopark is located within the administrative boundaries of 05 districts: Bac Son, Binh Gia, Van Quan, Chi Lang, Huu Lung with a total area of 3,845.8 km2, population of 375,656 people, accounting for 46.3%, respectively. area and 48.1% of the province's population.
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The ideal destination to:
Education
Education
UNESCO Global Geopark "transfers knowledge and management experience to the young generation"
Tour discover
Tour discover
Discover unique tourist attractions, natural tourist attractions spread throughout Lang Son Geopark
Enjoy the specialties
Enjoy the specialties
There are many delicious, popular, simple but very special dishes such as: Bac Son black cake, Trang Dinh roast duck, Khau Van Quan...
Team development
Team development
Lang Son Geopark has many good places to develop and master effective teamwork skills that are both simple and effective...
Features and ​​of geological heritage
Features and values of geological heritage
Karist terrain of Bac Son block
Karist terrain of Bac Son block

Bac Son limestone block in the Karst area of Northeast Vietnam has an area of ​​about 1,500 km2. Bac Son Son Mountain has an average altitude of 400 -700 m above sea level, belongs to a temperate climate zone, cool all year round, fresh air with an average annual rainfall of 1,380 mm. 2 seasons.

Cave system in the CVDC . area

The process of karstification together with the conditions of topography, climate, hydrology and a number of other conditions have created for Lang Son Geopark a system of beautiful, massive, long limestone caves. There are many stalactites with many forms, most of which are preserved intact. In terms of structure, the karst mass located in Lang Son Geopark is a large convex complex divided into individual blocks with many cracks, facilitating the penetration of rivers and streams into the cave system.

Cave system in the CVDC . area
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