Tourists from all over the world braved the minus 20 degree temperatures in Harbin, China on Sunday.
The 30th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in Chinaâ€™s Heilongjiang province opened Jan. 5 and lasts for weeks, drawing Chinese and foreign visitors.
Around 10,000 people were involved in creating the sculptures, fashioned from ice blocks cut from a local frozen river, as well as man-made snow.
The sculptures resemble huge buildings, snow maidens and other structures, some of them lit up fancifully at night.
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– NZ Herald