Zhaolin Park Zhaolin Park is the first park in the city built in 1906 in memory of the General Li Zhaolin.In spring and summer, the flowers in the park are in full bloom, the birds are twittering, it is a good summer resort. In winter, the park becomes a silver world with ice and snow.
Located at the bank of Songhua River, and the northern end ofinDistrict, Harbin City, Zhaolin Park is the first park in the city, built in memory of the General Li Zhaolin. Set up in 1900, it was originally named "Park" and changed to present name "Zhaolin Park" in 1946.After improved in 1985, the park has become a nice place with enchanting scenery. In the east, there isMountain (Flower and Fruit Mountain). In the west, there liesMountain (Rose Mountain).Islet is located in the south andis found in the north. A man-made lake flows around in the center with five small bridges cleverly link the water area. In the park, there are Yingyue Garden, Dingxiang Garden, arbors, the open-air theatre, children's playground, skate land and flower and fish exhibition hall.
In spring and summer, the flowers in the park are in full bloom, the birds are twittering, it is a good summer resort. In winter, the park becomes a silver world with ice and snow.
The ice festival and ice lantern show renowned at home and abroad are held every winter here. When the night fell, the ice lanterns in the park combine light, sound and action in one, resplendent with a great variety of colors. The vivid and fanciful designs collect the beautiful scene in the world. By taking the nature-endowed advantage of ice and snow,?and using modern science and technology, the wise and industrious people make a number of exquisitely-carved ice and snow art work in different forms and shapes. They are praised as three-dimensional paintings solidifying notes and colorful poems. The charming scenery makes visitors immerse in fantasies and forget to return home.
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