Mon, October 11, 2010
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Charming scenery in Guangfu ancient city

2010-10-11 10:19:08 GMT2010-10-11 18:19:08 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on Oct. 9, 2010, shows the scenery at the Guangfu ancient city of Yongnian County, north China's Hebei Province. Named as Guangpingfu in Ming and Qing Dynasty, the Guangfu ancient city has a long history and many famous sight spots. With the restoration by the local government, Guangfu has resumed its ancient scenery and received more than 400,000 tourists last year. (Xinhua/Gong Zhihong)

Tourists visit the former residence of Yang Luchan, an influential teacher of traditional form of Chinese martial arts Taiji, at Guangfu ancient city of Yongnian County, north China's Hebei Province, Oct. 10, 2010. Named as Guangpingfu in Ming and Qing Dynasty, the Guangfu ancient city has a long history and many famous sight spots. With the restoration by the local government, Guangfu has resumed its ancient scenery and received more than 400,000 tourists last year. (Xinhua/Gong Zhihong)

A tourist visits the former residence of Yang Luchan, an influential teacher of traditional form of Chinese martial arts Taiji, at the Guangfu ancient city of Yongnian County, north China's Hebei Province, Oct. 10, 2010. Named as Guangpingfu in Ming and Qing Dynasty, the Guangfu ancient city has a long history and many famous sight spots. With the restoration by the local government, Guangfu has resumed its ancient scenery and received more than 400,000 tourists last year. (Xinhua/Gong Zhihong)

Photo taken on Oct. 9, 2010 shows the sunset at the Guangfu ancient city of Yongnian County, north China's Hebei Province. Named as Guangpingfu in Ming and Qing Dynasty, the Guangfu ancient city has a long history and many famous sight spots. With the restoration by the local government, Guangfu has resumed its ancient scenery and received more than 400,000 tourists last year. (Xinhua/Gong Zhihong)

Photos taken on Oct. 9, 2010, show the scenery at the Guangfu ancient city of Yongnian County, north China's Hebei Province.

Named as Guangpingfu in Ming and Qing Dynasty, the Guangfu ancient city has a long history and many famous sight spots. With the restoration by the local government, Guangfu has resumed its ancient scenery and received more than 400,000 tourists last year.

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