GeneralThis mountain range is covered in monasteries and farms. It is viewed as a quiet and peaceful place to get away from the world and relax. While for the most part these monasteries and farms grow tea, during the summer months these farmers give the tea crop a chance to relax and tend to the hundreds of roses that grow in the mountains. This is why the river to the southeast of the peaks got the name 'The Scented Stream' as the petals fall from the Bridged Peaks is cases the river to smell of roses.
Natural growing tea and roses were here long before the farms and monasteries. In present-day large farms and monasteries now mass-produce tea and roses.
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The Yet Unnamed Year of 1494 ce