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Harbin Attractions

Originally founded in 1907, Saint Sophia Cathedral is a Byzantine architecture in central Harbin, and the landmark building of Harbin City. It is located at No.95 Tou Long Street in the central district of Daoli, Harbin City. Saint Sophia Cathedral in Harbin used to be a former Russian Orthodox Church and the largest Eastern Orthodox Church in...
Harbin Ice and Snow World is located the north shore of the Songhua River, near to Harbin Sun Island Tourist Scenic Spots. Covering an area of 800,000 square meters, it is a large comprehensive amusement park, combining ice cartoon, themed snow performances, acrobatics on ice, ice sculpture exhibition and many other art and culture activities....
The Ice & Snow Festival is a big annual event held in Harbin. The festival usually starts at the end of each December & last about 10 days
Harbin has the world’s current largest Siberian Tiger Park, which is located in Songbei Lu in Songbei District & can be reached by public bus 35
Sun Island Scenic Area is the main venue of the International Snow Sculpture Art Expo in Harbin, which is located by northern shore of Songhua River
Yabuli Ski Resort is China's largest ski resort. It is 177 km southeast from Harbin. Yabuli hosted the 1996 Winter Asian Games and the 2008 National Winter Games.
Ji Le Temple is located at East Dazhi Street in Nangang District in Harbin. It is the biggest Buddhist building complex within Heilongjiang Province
Shangjing Huining Prefecture in Harbin was the capital of Jin Dynasty from 1115 to 1234. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit.
New Jewish Synagogue, which not only provides a narration of the Jewish religion in the city but also a home to an extensive collection of Jewish culture and artifacts.
Dragon Tower in Harbin is a tall tower of lattice steel used for communication. It was built in 2000. Dragon Tower, Heilongjiang Broadcast and TV Tower, at 336 meters high, ranks as the 22nd highest in the world.
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