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These jaw-dropping images are of the Shaolin Monks performing death-defying kung fu stunts on the edge of the Shuce Cliff of Songshan Mountain.

This mountain, considered to be one of China’s five most sacred, is home to the Shaolin martial arts training centre, the birth place of some of the country’s most famous kung fu skills.

The monks, known for their incredible strength and bravery, have been honing their art here for over 1500 years with training schedules that commence at 5am.

These jaw-dropping images are of the Shaolin Monks performing death-defying kung fu stunts on the edge of the Shuce Cliff of Songshan Mountain.

This mountain, considered to be one of China’s five most sacred, is home to the Shaolin martial arts training centre, the birth place of some of the country’s most famous kung fu skills.

The monks, known for their incredible strength and bravery, have been honing their art here for over 1500 years with training schedules that commence at 5am.

These jaw-dropping images are of the Shaolin Monks performing death-defying kung fu stunts on the edge of the Shuce Cliff of Songshan Mountain.

This mountain, considered to be one of China’s five most sacred, is home to the Shaolin martial arts training centre, the birth place of some of the country’s most famous kung fu skills.

The monks, known for their incredible strength and bravery, have been honing their art here for over 1500 years with training schedules that commence at 5am.

These jaw-dropping images are of the Shaolin Monks performing death-defying kung fu stunts on the edge of the Shuce Cliff of Songshan Mountain.

This mountain, considered to be one of China’s five most sacred, is home to the Shaolin martial arts training centre, the birth place of some of the country’s most famous kung fu skills.

The monks, known for their incredible strength and bravery, have been honing their art here for over 1500 years with training schedules that commence at 5am.

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