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Visitors have fun near a frozen waterfall at a village in Taiyuan City, the capital of North China’s Shanxi Province, Feb. 5, 2017. In freezing temperatures, local villagers poured water at the spot to form the 30-meter-high, 100-meter-wide frozen form. (Photo: China News Service/Wu Junjie)

Visitors have fun near a frozen waterfall at a village in Taiyuan City, the capital of North China’s Shanxi Province, Feb. 5, 2017. In freezing temperatures, local villagers poured water at the spot to form the 30-meter-high, 100-meter-wide frozen form. (Photo: China News Service/Wu Junjie)

Visitors have fun near a frozen waterfall at a village in Taiyuan City, the capital of North China’s Shanxi Province, Feb. 5, 2017. In freezing temperatures, local villagers poured water at the spot to form the 30-meter-high, 100-meter-wide frozen form. (Photo: China News Service/Wu Junjie)

Visitors have fun near a frozen waterfall at a village in Taiyuan City, the capital of North China’s Shanxi Province, Feb. 5, 2017. In freezing temperatures, local villagers poured water at the spot to form the 30-meter-high, 100-meter-wide frozen form. (Photo: China News Service/Wu Junjie)

Visitors have fun near a frozen waterfall at a village in Taiyuan City, the capital of North China’s Shanxi Province, Feb. 5, 2017. In freezing temperatures, local villagers poured water at the spot to form the 30-meter-high, 100-meter-wide frozen form. (Photo: China News Service/Wu Junjie)

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