TRAVEL Sand sculpture park to open in NE China

TRAVEL

Sand sculpture park to open in NE China

Han Junhong and Zhou Huiying | chinadaily.com.cn

21:36, May 30, 2018

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A sand sculpture park in Northeast China's Hunchun will be open to the public soon, as most of the 12 works at the park have been finished. The sand sculptures, featuring local and ethnic characteristics in an exotic style, were inspired by the province and distinctive popular images from Korea and Russia. [Photo provided to China Daily]

 

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