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Exploring Changsha on Spring Equinox Day

Updated: 2019-03-21

The Spring Equinox, as the fourth term of the year usually starts on Mar 21. An equinox is the moment in time (not a day-long event) when the Sun stands directly above the equator and day and night are of approximately equal length. For the Northern Hemisphere, the spring equinox is the moment when winter ends and spring begins, while for the Southern Hemisphere it is the moment when summer ends and fall (autumn) begins.

During the period, the weather is comfortable and the scenery is beautiful, so people are likely to go out for a hiking.

Let’s explore Changsha’s landmarks in Spring!


Landmark: Changsha IFS
Background: Azaleas on Dawei Mountain


Landmark: Changsha Binjiang Cultural Park
Background: Cherry blossoms

Landmark: Tianxin Pavilion
Background: Plum Garden on Orange Isle


Landmark: Fuyuan Road Bridge
Background: Hyacinth


Landmark: Helong Sports Center
Background: Liuyang River Scenic Belt


Landmark: Changsha Railway Station
Background: Cherry blossoms at Hunan Provincial Botanical Garden


Landmark: Mao Zedong’s Statue on Orange Isle
Background: Canola fields in Liuyang


Landmark: Memorial Tower in Hunan Martyrs Park
Background: Canola fields in Liuyang


Landmark: Chinese Knot Walking Bridge over Meixi Lake
Background: Plum Garden on Orange Isle


Landmark: The Sculpture Liuyang River at Furong Square
Background: Orange Isle

Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: icswb.com