Over one million visitors are expected to attend China's 32nd annual Harbin Ice Festival, where buildings of ice are bathed in ethereal lights and international ice sculptors compete for honors.
The spectacular collection of snow and lighted ice sculptures, a major tourist draw to the city during the winter months, runs from Dec. 25, 2015 to Feb. 25, 2016.
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