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The first Asian wetland 1——eerguna Inner Mongolia 2011
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The first Asian wetland 1——eerguna Inner Mongolia 2011

The Eerguna is The first Asian wetland area straddling the China-Russian border in the northeast of Inner Mongolia. Although it is sparsely populated with minority groups and is quite underdeveloped, Eerguna is fortunate enough to have inherited rich cultural heritage and natural resources, especially a rich ecosystem. 
This pano was taken on the top of a hill about Eerguna town,where is best seeing the town and entire wetland.
In 2011, I came to Eerguna again, taking the wetland scenery, dedicated to everyone to enjoy. Now, it has been known as the first Asian wetland

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Copyright: Yunzen Liu
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 12/08/2011
Uploaded: 25/09/2011
Updated: 28/05/2014
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