Mufu Mountains

Mufu Mountains
Rice fields in a valley in Mufu Mountains, seen from China National Highway 106 east of Tongshan

The Mufu Mountains (Chinese: 幕阜山; pinyin: Mùfù Shān) are a range of mountains located on the border of Jiangxi and Hubei provinces in China.

Some maps label the range as 幕埠山, which would be transliterated as Mùbù Shān (Mubu Mountains), but this is apparently is a typo.[1]


  1. ^ Hubei provincial map sold throughout the province for Y4. Published by "Hubei Sheng Dituyuan" (Hubei Provincial Mapping Office) in June 2008. No ISBN. Other available sources (provincial atlases, etc) all have Mufu (幕阜)

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