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Harbin Travel Guide

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Songshua River
Songhua River: Also, called Huentong River in ancient times, it rises from the Tianchi Lake atop the Baitou Mountain. The water rolls down the mountain as if it fell from the heaven, hence too was called Tianhe River (River from Heaven).

Songhua River drains 212,000 square miles of land. It joins the Amur at the city of Dongjiang. Songhua river has a dam at Fengman, which is used for hydroelectricity production. It forms a lake that stretches 62 km upstream.

Harbin Zoo: The Harbin Zoo is one of the large-scale zoological gardens located in Northeast China.

The Harbin Zoo occupies 42 hectares on the west skirt of the town, and has on display over 2,800 animals of 150 different species, most of which are rare local species, such as Northeast china moose, black bear, tiger, reindeer, redcrowned crane, sable, sika and Swan.
Harbin Zoo

Zhaolin Park
Zhaolin Park: Formerly was originally named Daoli Park, it covers seven hectares at the northern end of Zhaolin Dajie in Daoli District.

Years later, it was renamed on August 15,1946 after a national hero in the Anti-Japanese War General Li Zhaolin, who was buried in the park after his assassination by the Kuomintang reactionaries.

Taiyang Island: Located facing the busy urban area across the river, this famous scenic and resting spot is a sand bar embraced by lapping waters, edged by willow-lined embankments.

Here leafy trees shade into different flowers, greens, show off several colors, fragrant scents permeate the fresh air over undulating sand dunes that alternate with carpet-like lawns and flower beds
Taiyang Island

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