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Waterfalls in NE China shows unusual splendid scenery

05-17-2010 14:43 BJT

Tourists view the scenery of the Diaoshuilou waterfalls of Jingbohu Lake in Mudanjiang City, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, May 13, 2010. Due to the frequent rainfall and snowfall from last winter to spring in this year in the area, especially increasing precipitation on the upper reaches of the Mudanjing River recently, the Jingpohu Lake met the highest water level compared to the same historical period. And the Diaoshuilou waterfall of Jingbo Lake showed unusual splendid scenery at present. [Xinhua/Zhang Chunxiang]

Tourists view the scenery of the Diaoshuilou waterfalls of Jingbohu Lake in
Mudanjiang City, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, May 13, 2010. Due
to the frequent rainfall and snowfall from last winter to spring in this year
in the area, especially increasing precipitation on the upper reaches of the
Mudanjing River recently, the Jingpohu Lake met the highest water level compared
to the same historical period. And the Diaoshuilou waterfall of Jingbo Lake
showed unusual splendid scenery at present. [Xinhua/Zhang Chunxiang]

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