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A mountain located near Mondstadt and inhabited by a large number of hilichurls.
This place is known for being dangerous, with the less commonly seen mitachurls and samachurls in the area.

Expedition description

Dadaupa Gorge is a subarea in Galesong Hill, Mondstadt. It is the home to three important hilichurl tribes: the Meaty tribe, the Sleeper tribe, and the Eclipse tribe.

Another important location is the Sword Cemetery, which witnessed the battle against the monsters of Khaenri'ah.

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Events

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Forgotten Sword Cemetery

Hundreds of years have passed, and the world is once again at peace. This forest of blades stands as testament to the song of clashing swords, the battle-hymns of warriors, the thundering footfalls of monsters, and the crimson sky, as red as blood.

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Trivia

  • Dadaupa in Hilichurlian means "large mountain" according to the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian.
    • Dada 达达 also represents the first two characters in Tartaglia's Chinese name (达达利亚). Coincidentally, the Dadaupa Contending Tides challenge was released shortly before Tartaglia's rerun banner Farewell of Snezhnaya. The motif of the event, which is battling to become Teyvat's strongest, also fits with his personality.

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Dadaupa Gorge
Chinese
(Simplified)
达达乌帕谷
Dádáwūpà-gǔ
Dadaupa Valley
Chinese
(Traditional)
達達烏帕谷
Dádáwūpà-gǔ
Japanese ダダウパの谷
Dadaupa no Tani[1]
Dadaupa Valley
Korean 타타우파 협곡
Tata-upa Hyeopguk
Dadaupa Canyon
Spanish Valle DadaupaDadaupa Valley
French Vallée DadaupaDadaupa Valley
Russian Ущелье Дадаупа
Ushchel'ye Dadaupa
Dadaupa Gorge
Thai Dadaupa Gorge
Vietnamese Hẻm Núi DadaupaDadaupa Canyon
German Dadaupa-SchluchtDadaupa Gorge
Indonesian Dadaupa Gorge
Portuguese Vale de DadaupaDadaupa Valley

Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 1.4

Version 1.0

  • Dadaupa Gorge was released.

References

  1. Traveler/Voice-Overs/Japanese: "About Hot Springs"

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