CHINA 'Peach blossom flood' arrives at Hukou Waterfall of Yellow River

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'Peach blossom flood' arrives at Hukou Waterfall of Yellow River

By Chi Jingyi | People's Daily app

14:32, March 31, 2019

Hukou Waterfall (literally means kettle spout), locating on the border between Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces, is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River and the second largest in China. (Photos: VCG)

Spring is the best time to visit when the peaches blossom in the mountains and the annual spring flood starts. Spring flood is also known as the “peach blossom flood” as peach trees on the banks are in full blossom.

As the icy Yellow River in the upper stream is thawing due to warm weather, the Hukou Waterfall enters the spring flood season. The stream flows increasingly and forms spectacular waterfalls, attracting a lot of visitors.

Tourists enjoyed the “Peach Blossom Flood” in the Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River in Ji County, Linfen, Shanxi Province on March 30.

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