The Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art Cultural Landscape is an extensive assembly of historical rock art that were painted on limestone cliff faces in Guangxi, southern China. The paintings are located on the west bank of the Ming River which is a tributary of the Zuo River. The area of the paintings is part of the Nonggang Nature Reserve and belongs to the Town of Yaoda in Ningming County. On July 15, 2016, Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art Cultural Landscape was listed as the 49th UNESCO World Heritage Site in China.
The main painted area along the cliff has a width of about 170 metres and a height of about 40 metres and is one of the largest rock paintings in China. The paintings are located between 30 metres and 90 metres above the river's water level. The main area contains about 1900 discrete countable images arranged in about 110 groups.
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Coordinates 22°14'46.337" N 107°2'6.458" E