These Giant Ice Sculptures Look Incredible During The Day. Just Wait Until You See Them At Night... WOW!

January 10, 2014

This year marks China's 30th annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Visitors brave sub-zero temperatures to take in the city's massive ice and snow-carved winter wonderland, built by 10,000 workers using 600,000 square feet of ice and nearly 500,000 square feet of snow.

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

Siberian winds blow across Harbin, the coldest city in China, with winter temperatures dropping as low as -36 F.

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

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Photo: GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/GETTY/NEWSCOM

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

Chess anyone?

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

Hmmm...

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Photo: AP

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

And at night, they turn on the lights...

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

Magical.

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

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Photo: Lintao Zhang / Getty Images

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Photo: Sheng Li / Reuters

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Photo: WANG JIANWEI XINHUA/PHOTOSHOT/NEWSCOM

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Photo: icefestivalharbin.com

This is officially a new item on my bucket list.

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