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Beautiful scenery along China’s Grand Canal

2014-07-03 09:20:48

(People's Daily Online)


The modern Grand Canal in Hangzhou. (Photo: Zhejiang Online)

China's Grand Canal, the world's longest artificial waterway that extends from Beijing to Hangzhou, was recently inscribed on the list of World Heritage Sites.

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