Video of Harbin’s ice theme park gifted to 17 ambassadors to China

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    The Harbin Ice and Snow World features ice-carved landmarks from 17 countries and regions, such as Yekaterinburg’s Church of All Saints in Russia, Greece’s Theatre of Dionysus, Latvia’s St. Peter’s Church, and Estonia’s Viru Gate. The theme park opened for less than a month due to the COVID-19 resurgence. However, the local government filmed a video showcasing these landmarks and gave it as New Year’s gift to the 17 ambassadors to China.

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