‘The Most Beautiful Road Trips’: Discovering Hebei

'the most beautiful road trips': discovering hebei

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CCTV-2 Business will broadcast “The Most Beautiful Road Trips” during China’s National Day holiday. Hosts will explore the grassland sky road in Zhangjiakou City of Hebei Province. With blue skies, white clouds, terraced fields and windmills, this “China’s Route 66” encapsulates the beauty of grassland and nomadic civilization.

#china #tourism #travel #hebei

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