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Fireworks make glamorous view on Lantern Festival

2009-02-10 09:14:04 GMT2009-02-10 17:14:04 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Fireworks explode over the sky with a full moon as a backdrop in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 9, 2009, or China's traditional Lantern Festival this year. The first full moon on the Chinee Lunar Calendar has been the biggest and roundest one since 1957. (Xinhua/He Junchang)

Fireworks explode over the sky with a full moon as a backdrop in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 9, 2009, or China's traditional Lantern Festival. The first full moon on the Chinee Lunar Calendar has been the biggest and roundest one since 1957. (Xinhua/He Junchang)

Dazzling fireworks flare flash over an arch bridge on the Grand Canal as the integrated illumination system along the 21-km-long bank of the Grand Canal is lighted on to bolster the nocturnal scenic beauty and attract more visitors, in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 9, 2009.(Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)

The Gongcheng arch bridge on the Grand Canal is contoured in luminescence as the integrated illumination system along the 21-km-long bank of the Grand Canal is lighted on to bolster the nocturnal scenic beauty and attract more visitors, in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 9, 2009.(Xinhua/Li Zhong)

Fireworks explode over the sky with a full moon as a backdrop in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 9, 2009, or China's traditional Lantern Festival this year. The first full moon on the Chinee Lunar Calendar has been the biggest and roundest one since 1957.

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