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Spectacular sculptures at Harbin Ice and Snow Festival

January 5, 2012
Harbin International Ice Festival is one of world’s four largest international ice festivals, along with Japan’s Sapporo Snow Festival, Canada’s Quebec Winter Carnival, and Norway’s Ski Festival. It starts annually on January 5 and lasts usually to the end of February, weather permitting.

During this period, people throughout the world take part in the various artist, cultural, athletic and tourist events. The 28th Harbin Ice and Snow Festival will start on January 5, 2012. It is a great winter festival and if you are in China during this period, it really should not be missed.

This skyline was made from blocks of ice measuring up to three feet wide

The scultpures are illuminated from the inside with complex, computer-controlled LED systems
A horse and carriage navigates the snow-covered streets of Harbin Ice and Snow Festival

A female ice-lover zips down at one of the slides

Some of the sculptures at the event tower reaching up to 50 metres in height

Visitors can navigate staircases that have been carved into the numerous creations

Impressive entrance to the city

Rows of ice pagodas line one of the park’s central roads


From → art, festival, sculptures

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