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11:56 pm Nov 03
Located in northeastern China, Harbin is known as "ice city" due to the severe cold temperature. Snow and ice are the remarkable symbols of the city. When winter comes, the city is covered with snow, which looks extremely like a fairy-tale world. The coldness in the area has gradually developed into a new tourism resource and a more colorful winter is demonstrating to the locals and tourists home and aboard.
Central Avenue is a commercial pedestrian street in northeast area of China. The avenue starts at Songhua River Flood Control Monument and ends at Jingwei Street, in a total length of 1450 meters.Up to now, it’s the longest and biggest commercial street in whole Asia.read more
Praised as an ‘ice-and-snow-themed annual carnival’, Ice and Snow World is located at the northwest of the Sun Island. It opens from the Christmas to the beginning of March of the next year and is the most favourable attraction in Harbin.read more
In Harbin, China’s northernmost city, which is hailed as the “Oriental Moscow”, church architecture is a unique cultural landscape. Among the dozens of church buildings in the city, St. Sophia Cathedral no doubt is the most magnificent one.read more