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Apricot flowers in full bloom in Hohhot

2010-04-29 14:19:07 GMT2010-04-29 22:19:07 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on April 28, 2010 shows the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

Photo taken on April 28, 2010 shows the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

Photo taken on April 28, 2010 shows the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

Photo taken on April 28, 2010 shows the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

Photo taken on April 28, 2010 shows the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

Photos taken on April 28, 2010 show the apricot trees at the Tumd Plain in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Over ten thousand mu (about 6.7 sq km) apricot flowers at the Tumd Plain are in full bloom recently thanks to the rising temperature, which attract a number of tourists from home and abroad.

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