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Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A glittering night scene in Beijing. [Women Voice]

 

Beijing laid on a nightly series of spectacular illuminated displays to greet participants of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation from May 11-18.

Let's take a look at some of the views of the capital's most famous landmarks as seen after dark.

 

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night view of Tiananmen Square. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night view of Tiananmen Square. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night view of the Forbidden City. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of Wangfujing, the most famous shopping street in Beijing. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

People walk on Wangfujing street at night. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night scene of the iconic Bird's Nest National Stadium on May 13. [Xinhua]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night scenery of the National Aquatic Center in Beijing. [Women Voice]

Citizens and tourists take photos outside the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, capital of China, May 13, 2017.[Xinhua/Li Xin]

Photo taken on May 13, 2017 shows lights outside the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, capital of China. A total of 10,860 reed-shaped lamps illuminate the 2,300-square-meter lawn in front of the theater to mark the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation. [Xinhua/Li Xin]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of China World Trade Center Towers. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

The CCTV Tower, the headquarters of China Central Television, is illuminated for the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Night scene of the Olympic Greenis seen in Beijing on May 13, 2017.[Xinhua]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of the Yanqi Lake scenic spot. The lake is 50km from the downtown area and a 30-minute drive from Beijing International Airport. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of the Yanqi Lake scenic spot. The lake is 50km from the downtown area and a 30-minute drive from Beijing International Airport. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of the Yanqi Lake scenic spot. The lake is 50km from the downtown area and a 30-minute drive from Beijing International Airport. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of the Yanqi Lake scenic spot. The lake is 50km from the downtown area and a 30-minute drive from Beijing International Airport. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A view of Yanqi Lake as seen in the daylight. [Women Voice]

Amazing Night Views During the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

A night view of Shichahai, a famous tourist spot in Beijing. [Women Voice]

 

(Source: Women Voice/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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