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Happy time in parks of Lhasa

By Liu Fang, Zhu Shan Source:China Tibet News 2020年04月30日 09:55

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Photo shows children playing at Dzongyab Lukhang Park.

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Photo shows citizens touring around at Nanshan Park.

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Photo shows the elderly strolling at Dzongyab Lukhang Park.

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Photo shows students playing skateboards at Yaowang Shan Park.

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Photo shows peach blossoms at Dzongyab Lukhang Park.


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Photo shows citizens photographing spring scenery by their mobile phones at Dzongyab Lukhang Park.

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Photo shows children playing at a water park. 

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Photo shows the aerial photo of Lhasa's wetland park.

There are 30 parks in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, such as Norbulingka Park, Dzongyab Lukhang Park and Nanshan Park, which greatly enrich people's daily life and improve urban living environment.

Dzongyab Lukhang Park, for example, is a health-themed park, where citizens enjoy blooming flowers, watch different kinds of birds, and row on the lake. Every morning, a number of people gather here and dance, which demonstrates vigor and vitality of people living in the region. Binhe Park, a water park in Lhasa, is one of the city's key ecological projects. A boat ride on a 4,000 ㎡artificial lake of Binhe Park provides visitors with a good chance to enjoy beautiful scenery of Lhasa River. 


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