Couplets hung on ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome Spring Festival

2018-02-09 02:16:05 GMT2018-02-09 10:16:05(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Aerial photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Aerial photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
Photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
Aerial photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Aerial photo taken on Feb. 8, 2018 shows the Xuanwu Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo) Aerial photo taken on Feb. 6, 2018 shows the Zhonghua Gate in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province. Couplets with each approximately 15 meters high and 2 meters wide are hung on the 12 ancient city gates in Nanjing to welcome the coming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 16. Hanging couplets on the door is a traditional way for Chinese to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (Xinhua/Li Bo)
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