Surprising snowfall in Sichuan creates amazing scenery in early summer

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Unexpected snowfall on Mount Emei in southwest China’s Sichuan Province has created amazing and unique scenery in early summer. According to the local meteorology authority, the snowfall is measured as being medium level, with a thickness of two centimeters, which is rare on Mount Emei in the middle of May. Mount Emei is a famous UNESCO World Heritage site located in the southern part of the province.

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