Niutou Cliff

Niutou Cliff is named after a rock on the cliff that resembles a bull's head. According to legend, in ancient times, an evil bull spirit ate all the rice seedlings in the fields around ancient Fuzhou, causing a famine that led to many deaths. The Jade Emperor was enraged and sent the Thunder God to eliminate the threat. With a thunderous explosion and a flash of lightning, the bull spirit was struck down, losing its horns and ears, and turned into a rock facing the land it had devastated, forever expressing its remorse.


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