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Title: Harbin Snow and Ice Festival


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The ice and Snow festival
of Harbin
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  • The temperatures in Harbin often touch minus 40C
    and remain over a half year under the freezing
    point. This city is in Chinese Manchuria,
    approximately 450 km northwest of Wladiwostok in
    Siberia. Here one can enjoy the winter best by
    visiting an open air festival!
  • The inhabitants of Harbin organize a match with
    snow and ice sculptures each year. It is a
    competition around the most beautiful buildings.

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DELIVERY of the BUILDING
MATERIAL Snow and Ice
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  • Art, special customer and patience
  • A proof of the architecture

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  • The building of snow and ice sculptures has its
    origin back in the Mandschu time, but the first
    exhibition was only in 1963. The annual festival
    started in 1985. Since then the festival grew to
    a mass Event, to which millions of tourists come
    from all over the world. Thus the sculptures
    became more beautiful and more artistic each
    year this bear is a small part 50 meters is
    enough for wall sculpture.

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  • Each part realized by individual competitors.
    Each team receives a Snowblock of 3 x 3 m, from
    which it makes its figures.
  • These teams come from all sides Russia, Japan,
    Canada, France and even of South Africa.

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  • Here one sees a sunset behind the entrance
    sculpture. The Festival area goes up to the open
    area north the river into Harbin Songhua Jiang. 

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  • I was surprised at a sculpture of a Indian native
    of North America and in the northeast of China.
    The figure was built by a Canadian team.

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  • The evening brought still more beautiful, now
    could the correct Ice festival begin.

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  • The Ice festival goes over a few kilometer. Neon
    lights strengthen the effect still more and from
    the background hear one quiet music.

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  • Here an overview of the Ice festival. One could
    think, one is in Disneyland. Everywhere feeding
    and drinks stands are developed. The only
    difference the deep temperatures are and that
    everything is built from ice.

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  • A palace in the Russian style

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  • This wall is also an ice-skating rink, on which
    one can slip with high speed down.

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  • A ship (a Dschunke), completely from ice built,
    with passengers on board. 

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  • The most popular activity with the festival is
    climbing on the large ice wall. The entire ice
    comes from china. the Songhua Jiang, a tributary
    of the Russian Amur.

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  • The Snow festival is a name for art, while the
    Ice festival is a mirror for architecture.

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  • One could see this Thai temple in the Disney
    film Wonders OF China.

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