Hills around the Amur GPP gaily decorated with red and ochre shades gladden the eyes till spring.
With the advent of autumn, Mongolian oak does not shed its foliage, keeping it all winter.
The wonderful tree is not only very beautiful, but also quite winter-hardy and withstands 50-degree Amur freezing.
Mongolian oak was named like that because it was first described in the valley of the Argun River which was part of Mongolia at that time; however, it is part of China at present time. This red oak does not grow in present-day Mongolia.
However, the recognizable silhouette of the Amur GPP surrounded by the red hills has become another famous symbol of the Far East.
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