Aerial view of splendid scenery in SW China’s Tibet

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Photo released on August 12, 2021 shows the splendid scenery of China`s Tibet Autonomous Region from Lhasa to Ali Count. Known as the third pole of the world, China`s Tibet is located at 4,000 meters above altitudes on average and covers a total of 1, 200, 000 square meters. Rivers run across the plateau, where a stretch of snow mountains stand upright at the land. (Photo/ Liu Xiaodong)

Aerial view of splendid scenery in SW China’s Tibet

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Photo released on August 12, 2021 shows the splendid scenery of China`s Tibet Autonomous Region from Lhasa to Ali Count. Known as the third pole of the world, China`s Tibet is located at 4,000 meters above altitudes on average and covers a total of 1, 200, 000 square meters. Rivers run across the plateau, where a stretch of snow mountains stand upright at the land. (Photo/ Liu Xiaodong)

Aerial view of splendid scenery in SW China’s Tibet

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Photo released on August 12, 2021 shows the splendid scenery of China`s Tibet Autonomous Region from Lhasa to Ali Count. Known as the third pole of the world, China`s Tibet is located at 4,000 meters above altitudes on average and covers a total of 1, 200, 000 square meters. Rivers run across the plateau, where a stretch of snow mountains stand upright at the land. (Photo/ Liu Xiaodong)

Aerial view of splendid scenery in SW China’s Tibet

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Photo released on August 12, 2021 shows the splendid scenery of China`s Tibet Autonomous Region from Lhasa to Ali Count. Known as the third pole of the world, China`s Tibet is located at 4,000 meters above altitudes on average and covers a total of 1, 200, 000 square meters. Rivers run across the plateau, where a stretch of snow mountains stand upright at the land. (Photo/ Liu Xiaodong)

Aerial view of splendid scenery in SW China’s Tibet

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Photo released on August 12, 2021 shows the splendid scenery of China`s Tibet Autonomous Region from Lhasa to Ali Count. Known as the third pole of the world, China`s Tibet is located at 4,000 meters above altitudes on average and covers a total of 1, 200, 000 square meters. Rivers run across the plateau, where a stretch of snow mountains stand upright at the land. (Photo/ Liu Xiaodong)