Live: Spectacular view of Hukou Waterfall on Yellow River – Ep. 20

Live: spectacular view of hukou waterfall on yellow river – ep. 20

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Hukou Waterfall, located on the border of north China’s Shanxi and northwestern Shaanxi provinces, is the second-largest waterfall in China and the largest on the Yellow River. Join CGTN and enjoy a spectacular view of the waterfall.

CGTN launched “The Great Rivers of China” series, introducing the seven major water systems in China from the perspectives of natural geography, local customs and significance to the social and economic development of the regions along their routes. The Yellow, Yangtze, Songhua, Haihe, Huaihe, Pearl and Lancang rivers will be featured.#greatriversofChina #20thpartycongress

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