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Horses in North China's Inner Mongolia
Xinhua | January 29, 2014 16:34
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Photo taken on Jan. 1, 2011 shows people riding horses during a competition in Hulunbuir of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing) 


 

Photo taken on Aug. 7, 2012 shows running horses in Chifeng of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Sun Hua) 


 

Photo taken on Sept. 12, 2013 shows horses wading into a river in Xilingol of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing) 


 

Photo taken on Jul. 24, 2011 shows running horses in Chifeng of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Sun Hua) 


 

Photo taken on Aug. 5, 2012 shows horses eating grass on a pasture in Hulunbuir of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Qing Chun) 


 

Photo taken on Jul. 18, 2010 shows horses running on a pasture in Xilingol of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing) 


 

Photo taken on Feb. 3, 2012 shows a man riding a horse on a prairie in Chifeng of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Meng Xuewu) 


 

Photo taken on Jul. 23, 2012 shows a horse on a prairie in Hulunbuir of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Qing Chun) 


 

Photo taken on Jan. 8, 2014 shows horses running on a prairie in Xilingol of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Shang Jun) 


 

Photo taken on Jan. 1, 2013 shows a girl running after horses on a prairie in Xilinhot of Xilingol in North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing) 


 

Photo taken on Jul. 20, 2013 shows horses wading into a river in Xilingol of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing) 


 

Photo taken on Aug. 28, 2011 shows horses running on a pasture in Xilingol of North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing)


 

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