China's Hukou Waterfalls 'roar' again
CGTN
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The ice that froze up the Hukou Waterfalls has melted down as the temperature keeps rising, enabling one of China's second longest river's most thrilled scenic spots roar once again.

Located on the border between northwest China's Shaanxi Province and northern China's Shanxi Province, the Yellow River is like a giant dragon, crawling over a vast stretch of land.

A rainbow formed over the Hukou Waterfall on China's Yellow River. /VCG Photo

A rainbow formed over the Hukou Waterfall on China's Yellow River. /VCG Photo

The magnificent waterfalls created clouds of mist and rainbows, attracting flocks of visitors and shutterbugs from home and abroad.

The breathtaking scene can be seen in both provinces.

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