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Jiuzhaigou scenic spot fully reopens to visitors

A tourist purchases a ticket by scanning a QR code at the Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Sept. 28, 2021. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Tang Wenhao)

Tourists take photos at the entrance of Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Sept. 27, 2021. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Tang Wenhao)

Photo taken on Sept. 27, 2021 shows a view of the Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Hui Xiaoyong)

Photo taken on Sept. 27, 2021 shows a waterfall at the Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Tang Wenhao)

Tourists take photos at the Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Sept. 27, 2021. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Tang Wenhao)

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 27, 2021 shows a view of the Jiuzhaigou scenic spot in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Jiuzhaigou, a famous scenic spot in Sichuan Province, fully reopened to visitors on Tuesday. On Aug. 8, 2017, a 7.0-magnitude quake forced the closure of the Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, lush forests, and serene plateau lakes. More than 270,000 trees have been planted over the past three years, and 172 hectares of ecological habitat repaired and restored in Jiuzhaigou. The damaged mountains and vegetation have also rapidly recovered. The ecosystem was effectively restored. (Xinhua/Tang Wenhao)

Source:Xinhua  Editor:shijinyu

(Source_title:Jiuzhaigou scenic spot fully reopens to visitors)

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