Sand dunes at northern Chinese tourist hotspot blanketed in stunning layer of snow

The sand dunes at Crescent Spring, a tourist hotspot in northern China, have been blanketed in a stunning layer of snow. After the first snowfall in Dunhuang, the famous tourist city of Northwest China's Gansu province, the sand dunes around the attraction, Crescent Spring, were all covered in snow. The Crescent Spring, named after its crescent moon shape, is known as the "First Spring in the Desert", located at the foot of Mingsha Mountain, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. The video was filmed on November 20 and provided by local media with permission.

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