PHOTOS Rose town attracts many tourists in northwest China's Shaanxi

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Rose town attracts many tourists in northwest China's Shaanxi

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17:19, June 18, 2019

Tourists view blooming flowers at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, on June 17, 2019. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on June 16, 2019 shows a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Aerial photo taken on June 16, 2019 shows a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Tourists view blooming flowers at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, June 17, 2019. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Tourists view blooming flowers at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, June 17, 2019. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Aerial photo taken on June 17, 2019 shows tourists viewing blooming flowers at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Aerial photo taken on June 17, 2019 shows a water park at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

A tourist takes photos of blooming flowers at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, June 17, 2019. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Aerial photo taken on June 16, 2019 shows a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

Villagers weed for roses at a rose garden in Luonan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, June 17, 2019. The rose town opened in May 2017 has attracted more than 400,000 tourists. The town has boosted villagers' incomes to 8,000 yuan (1,155 U.S. dollars) per person last year, which created a new way to help lift impoverished households out of poverty.

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