Must see photos of China magnificent city of ice

The 35th annual festival: The festival originated in Harbin's traditional ice lantern show and winter garden party in the 20th century.

Ice city: Harbin is located in Northeast China and gets its cold winter winds from Siberia, Russia. 

It requires a crazy amount of ice: The city is sculpted from 110,000 cubic meters of ice and 120,000 cubic meters of snow.

It's enormous: The city spans over 600,000 sq m (150 acres) and includes more than 100 landmarks.

A dazzling kick-off: The city transforms into a colorful, fantasy land at night, with fireworks marking the start of the two-month-long celebration.

It's a very unique wedding venue: Not even the warmth of a newly bonded love could melt that ice. 

In 2019, over 15 couples got married: The mass wedding took place against the dreamy backdrop of the festival's frozen fortresses.

This is not your regular winter wonderland: China is known for its over-the-top displays, but their city of ice is beyond impressive.

Feel like an ice princess: Everyone gets to be Elsa from 'Frozen' in this ice city.

It's hugely popular: The festival attracts over a million visitors each year.

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