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Longyan

This is the Tingjiang River which runs through Longyan. On it's banks locals have set up small gardens of vegetables and fruits.
The locals call this river 'mother river' as it gave birth to the city. It flows 285 kilometers to the south before emptying into the South China Sea.

CHINA | Saturday, 11 October 2008 | Views [221]

This is the Tingjiang River which runs through Longyan. On it's banks locals have set up small gardens of vegetables and fruits. The locals call this river 'mother river' as it gave birth to the city. It flows 285 kilometers to the south before emptying into the South China Sea.

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