China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival Held in Inner Mongolia

Editor: Wang Qian
China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival Held in Inner Mongolia
The China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival recently kicked off in Manzhouli, a border city in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. In a 22,000-square-meter area, tourists can enjoy large ice and snow sculptures with different themes, such as the Belt and Road Initiative, and join winter activities until February. [China Daily/Xu Lin]
China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival Held in Inner Mongolia
The China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival recently kicked off in Manzhouli, a border city in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. In a 22,000-square-meter area, tourists can enjoy large ice and snow sculptures with different themes, such as the Belt and Road Initiative, and join winter activities until February. [China Daily/Xu Lin]
China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival Held in Inner Mongolia
The China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival recently kicked off in Manzhouli, a border city in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. In a 22,000-square-meter area, tourists can enjoy large ice and snow sculptures with different themes, such as the Belt and Road Initiative, and join winter activities until February. [China Daily/Xu Lin]
China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival Held in Inner Mongolia
The China-Russia-Mongolia Ice Snow Festival recently kicked off in Manzhouli, a border city in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. In a 22,000-square-meter area, tourists can enjoy large ice and snow sculptures with different themes, such as the Belt and Road Initiative, and join winter activities until February. [China Daily/Xu Lin]

 

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