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China's lavender town: Xinjiang Ili River Valley

2014-07-17 17:01:31



A worker reaps lavender flowers in Huocheng county of Ili, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, June 30, 2014. Known as "China's Lavender Town," the Ili River Valley of Xinjiang now owns a total planting area of 30,000 mu (2,000 hectares) of lavender and produces 95 percent of the country's lavender-related products. [Photo/Xinhua]



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