Picturesque ice blocks draw tourists to Songhua River
Updated : 2019-03-07
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Visually stunning ice blocks on the frozen Songhua River bathe in the radiance of the sun on March 3. The ice blocks were originally cut to be used by Harbin Ice and Snow World, but these were discarded because of flaws. The picturesque blocks of ice are now starting to melt due to the rising temperatures of early spring in the northern “ice city”, attracting many tourists and local residents who admire the scenery during the seasonal transition [Photo/people.cn]
Ice blocks in the frozen Songhua River are now beginning to melt due to the warmer temperatures. [Photo/people.cn]
Ice blocks in the frozen Songhua River offer visually stunning scenery to onlookers. [Photo/people.cn]
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