Tue, April 27, 2010
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Spring snow visits Inner Mongolia

2010-04-27 09:49:45 GMT2010-04-27 17:49:45 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The photo taken on April 27, 2010 shows snow covers the trees in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun. (Xinhua/Wang Zewei)

Local residents walk on the path covered by snow in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 27, 2010. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun.(Xinhua/Wang Zewei)

A local resident walks on the path covered by snow in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 27, 2010. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun. (Xinhua/Wang Zewei)

The photo taken on April 27, 2010 shows the snow scenery in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun. (Xinhua/Wang Zewei)

A child plays in snow in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 27, 2010. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun. (Xinhua/Wang Zewei)

Local residents walk on the path covered by snow in a park of Zhalantun City, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 27, 2010. Under the impact of cold front from Baikal, the snow started to fall down on Monday and exceeded 20mm thick in Zhalantun.

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