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Old Posted Aug 24, 2011, 11:42 AM
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The Pearl River China 珠江

China's third longest river, the Pearl River, measures 2,400 km in length.

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The Guangzhou section of the river is where Guangzhou's most scenic spots are located.

Many famous sights are clustered along the river and are the reasons for many people taking a trip to Guangzhou.


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The river photos were taken from the Renmin Bridge section, Guangzhou.

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China's third longest river, the Pearl River, measures 2,129 meters in length.
jee, that's really not very long!

nice pictures though, thanks for posting
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jee, that's really not very long!

nice pictures though, thanks for posting
Sorry, that was my mistake. i just forgot to put in a 'k' in the 'm' to make km!
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Pearl River and the Guangzhou TV Tower
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The Pearl River New City 珠江新城



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great shots. I hope to be visiting this part of China within the next couple of years.
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Pearl rivers sides, December 2013.
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珠江两岸

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The Pearl River, Guangzhou section.
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