Go Inside China's Spectacular World of Snow and Ice | National Geographic

The residents of Harbin, China brighten the long, frigid months by carving fantastical frozen sculptures for the International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival that takes place in January and February. Once a mostly regional affair, the festival has grown to be a major international event and competition. So bundle up and pull on your sturdy boots to explore.
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Read more in " Watch This Ice City Come Alive with Colorful Lights" from National Geographic Travel.
https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/travel-source/171204-travel-harbin-international-ice-snow-sculpture-festival

Go Inside China's Spectacular World of Snow and Ice | National Geographic
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