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World cultural heritage site: Hongcun

2013-07-08 16:47:20



Tourists dine at a restaurant by the side of the Yuezhao, or Moon Pool, at Hongcun, an ancient village founded in 1131 in Huangshan city, east China's Anhui province, July 2, 2013. Listed as a world cultural heritage site, the village preserved to a remarkable extent the surviving examples of Anhui-style architecture and traditional lifestyle.[Photo/Xinhua]


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