PHOTOS Foreign delegates visit Chongqing

PHOTOS

Foreign delegates visit Chongqing

Li Shen | China.org.cn

18:04, June 05, 2019

Delegates visit the Three Gorges Museum on June 4, 2019. The Three Gorges Museum is a provincial-level museum that showcases local culture and the construction process of the Three Gorges Dam and urban development of Chongqing. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates listen to a guide's introduction on the landscape of the Three Gorges during their visit. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

A delegate takes photos of the exhibits. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

A delegate takes a photo of an ancient sculpture of Guan Yu, a famous general who lived during the Three Kingdoms Period (220AD-280AD). [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Two delegates discussing photos they took during the museum tour. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates enjoying the exhibits during the tour. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

A delegate takes a photo of ancient stone inscriptions. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates enjoying the exhibits during the tour. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates enjoying the exhibits during the tour. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates enjoying the exhibits during the tour. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates visit the Chongqing Guoyuan Port and listen to a guide's introduction of the overall plan for the port on June 4, 2019. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Located in Liangjiang New Area, the Guoyuan Port is the largest rail, road and water multimodal transportation hub in China's inland rivers. The planned port area is 4.33 square kilometers with a port line of 2.8 kilometers. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

The port connects the Yangtze Golden Waterway, the China-Europe Railway Express and the New Land-Sea International Corridor under the "Belt and Road" Initiative. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

The Guoyuan Port is designed with a handling capacity of 30 million tons. It integrates the port with a logistics park and has a total investment amount of 10.5 billion yuan. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates taking photos at the Guoyuan Port. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates taking photos at the Guoyuan Port. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

Delegates taking photos at the Guoyuan Port. [Photo by Li Shen/China.org.cn]

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