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China.org:A look at Beijing's Tuanchenghu reservoir

 

A canal in Tuanchenghu transfers water from the Yangtze River. The canal is built for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn]

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The water landscaping work in the park of the Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir situated to the south of the Summer Palace in Beijing. The Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir is a key facility for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn]

 

A bronze path inscribed with the central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project in the park of the Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir situated to the south of the Summer Palace in Beijing. The Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir is a key facility for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn]

 

A tree planted by President Xi Jinping in 2014 in the park of the Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir situated to the south of the Summer Palace in Beijing. The Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir is a key facility for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn]

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The greening landscape in the park of the Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir situated to the south of the Summer Palace in Beijing. The Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir is a key facility for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn]

 

The view of the Yufeng Pagoda in the Summer Palace as seen from the terrace built in the park of the Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir. The Tuanchenghu Regulating Reservoir is a key facility for the Beijing section of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, which is the largest water diversion project in the world and designed to alleviate water shortages in Northern China. [Photo by Sun Tao/China.org.cn] 



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