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Harbin Harbin travel guide & travel ideas
Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province of the People's Republic of China, is one of the sources of ice and snow culture in the world. Geographically, it is located in Northeast China under the direct influence of the cold winter wind from Siberia. The average temperature in summer is 21.2 degrees Celsius, -16.8 degrees Celsius in winter. It can be as cold as - 38.1 degrees Celsius in winter. Harbin is a famous international metropolis blending Western culture and Eastern culture perfectly. It is also called "Paris in the Orient", and "Moscow in the Orient". There are lots of famous tourist sites worth seeing.
St.Sophia Church in Harbin
•Visit the famous scenic spot to prevent sunstroke - the Sun Island Scenic Area.
•The biggest Orthodox Church in the far eastern area - the St. Sophia Church.
•Central Avenue, is a rare architectural art corridor in China. It is also one of the longest pedestrian streets in Asia.
•Harbin Ice and Snow World was first built in 1999. It is one of the world's largest ice architecture parks.
•Ji Le Buddhist Temple, the biggest Buddhist temple in the northeast area of China. It is the place for Buddhists worship.
•Zhaolin Park, one of the most popular parts of the Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival are the ice lanterns and sculptures found in Zhaolin Park.
•The northeast tiger garden, in the Northeast Tiger Garden and zoo live so many varied species of rare animals.
•The local cuisine
of Harbin has an endless variety because there are a lot of immigrants in Harbin.