A day at 'Avatar' national park

Last updated 10:17 19/09/2013

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Zhangjiajie National Forest park is a popular tourist destination in the Hunan province, home to striking sandstone and quartz cliffs and famously known for renaming a peak after the mountain formations that inspired the fictional world of Pandora in James Cameron's film, Avatar.

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