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5A level scenic area, national forest park, Hubei Grade A tourism resource area,
One of the ten core tourist attractions in the Western Hubei Circle
Wuluo Zhongli Mountain is surrounded by water, 397.5 meters above sea level and 310 meters above sea level. It is the birthplace of the Tujia ancestors of the Ba people. Five peaks stand side by side on the hill and are scattered in different places. From east to west, it is Helmethead rock, Niujiao rock, Yannuyan rock, Shishentai, Xiangwangmiao. The Helmethead rock occupies the top of the mountain, and looks like a warrior helmet. It is handed down by Lin Jun, the leader of the Ba people. Giant bullhorn born in the name of "blowing the horn to the emperor, blowing out a clear river"; Yannuyan resembles a beautiful Tujia girl, and is said to be the incarnation of the wife of the emperor, Deji Niang; a pillar of the stone deity is used to raise the sky, and two natural pebbles are offered in the pavilion, which are traces of reproductive worship of ancient Ba people; hanging high in the sky to the imperial temple, worshipping the leader of the Ba people to the emperor, according to the legend. According to historical records, there are five surnames in Nanjun Man of Bajun County: Ba, Fan, Zhu, Xiangshi and Zheng. They all come from Zhongli Mountain in Wuluo. There are two red-black caves in the mountain. The son of Ba was born in Chicave. Although all the four surnames have undergone vicissitudes, the two red-black caves are still indistinguishable. On April 8, 1987, the people's government of Changyang Tujia Autonomous County listed Wuluo Zhongli Mountain as a cultural relic protection unit of the county.