GEO museum takes Gold in the 2019 WAN Awards
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GEO museum takes Gold in the 2019 WAN Awards

GEO museum takes Gold in the 2019 WAN Awards

Situated in the Nanjing Fangshan Mountains, this new national park is known as “The Cradle of Chinese Geology”. Until recently, the site has been used for processing concrete, and due to significant amounts of quarrying, much of the precious geology has been damaged. The new Geo Museum & Science Center doesn’t attempt to conceal the past but provides a clear glimpse into the history of this natural Chinese treasure.