Winter scenery of Sayram Lake in NW China’s Xinjiang

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Sayram Lake, renowned as the “last tear of the Atlantic,” is the largest and highest alpine lake in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. This winter, the lake is not completely frozen over, allowing swans to swim and fishermen the opportunity to harvest fish.

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