The Lantern Festival, one of the traditional Chinese festivals, fell on February 26 this year. It marks the first full moon of the Chinese lunar year. The moment when the moon was at its fullest appeared at 4:17 p.m, according to astronomical forecast. Feast your eyes on these photos showing the amazing full moons on February 27.
A full moon hangs over the Wanchun Pavilion in Jingshan Park, Beijing, capital of China, February 27, 2021. /VCG
Full moon with a light in the shape of a fish in Sanya City, Hainan Province, south China, February 27, 2021. /VCG
Full moon in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, northeast China, February 27, 2021. /VCG
Full moon in Tianjin Municipality, north China, February 27, 2021. /VCG
Faintly visible full moon in Bole City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China, February 27, 2021. /VCG
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