Live: Natural beauty – China’s widest waterfall – Ep. 23

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    Nuorilang (grand and magnificent in Tibetan) Waterfall is located in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China’s Sichuan Province. Spanning 270 meters, it is the widest in China. Well-known for its stunning scenery, it is often hailed as China’s Garden of Eden and is a popular spot for photographers. Some scenes from the famous Chinese TV series “Journey to the West” were filmed here. #MusicVoyage

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