Snow and ice lend a magical air to Changsha. Here are some most beautiful and sought-after places in this snowy land.
Dawei Mountain, Liuyang
Snow makes Dawei Mountain a wonderland.
Frigid temperatures freeze the waterfalls in the mountain, leaving strings of crystal clear icicles. (Photo/Deng Xialin)
Yuelu Academy, Changsha
Yuelu Academy, a millennial educational institution
Each step leads to a different scene. Every scene is tranquil and elegant.
Snow-covered Yuelu Academy tells its long history in a solemn atmosphere. (Photo/Wu Wanghai)
Hunan Martyrs’ Park, Changsha
Martyrs’ Park in downtown Changsha is a good choice for snow appreciation.
Glittering lake, and snow-covered leaves, make a Changsha’s “West Lake”. (Photo/Zi Feiyu)
Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town, Wangcheng District, Changsha
Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town after snow is quiet and peaceful.
After a snowfall, the ancient town looks as it did thousands of years ago.
(Photo/Li Linyi, Zhou Yiran)
Yuelu Mountain, Changsha
Heavy snow falls on Yuelu Mountain on December 30, 2018. The suspended sightseeing cableway is covered by snow.
Wintersweet is in bud under snow.
Pavilion and stones in snow. (Photo/Zhou Linxi)