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Wufengchi Falls, Yilan county
Wufongci Falls are named for the five sharp peaks which stand in a row behind the falls, that look like the five triangular banners that usually hang down the back of the war generals costume in Chinese Opera.
There are three layers to the Falls, and they measure 100 meters from top to bottom. They are located in the Lanyang Plains of Jiaosi village in Yilan County.
The entrance to the scenic viewpoint is situated near the bottom layer of the Falls, and there is also a viewing pavilion at the middle layer of the Falls with expansive views.
SOURCE: Rich Communication Services, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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