Incredible Ice Sculptures Come Alive Through LED lights, Harbin

Named by National Geographic as one of the Best Winter Trips you could take in 2013, the Harbin Ice Festival is a feast for the eyes, especially at night when the ice sculptures come alive through LED lights. These frozen pieces of art are part of a display at the 29th annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival, in Harbin, near the Russian border in northeast China.

All the sculptures are made from hollow blocks of ice and lit up using LED lights creating a multicolored glow-in-the-dark skyline on the shores of the nearby Songhua river. The festival features work by some of the country’s best ice sculptors and attracts thousands of visitors from around the world who marvel at the creations, enjoy the fireworks over the City of Ice or appeal to their inner child as they take a ride on the ice-slides.

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