Village replicates Van Gogh’s Sunflowers on side of hill

Source:Ecns.cn Published: 2017/9/21 14:42:14

Sunflowers have been arranged in the form of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting Sunflowers in a village in Qinhuangdao City, North China's Hebei Province. As a centerpiece of the second Hebei Tourism Festival, the artificial landscape covers 2.67 hectares on a hill slope and uses six types of flowers of various colors to attract tourists. (Photo: China News Service/Cao Jianxiong)



 

Sunflowers have been arranged in the form of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting Sunflowers in a village in Qinhuangdao City, North China's Hebei Province. As a centerpiece of the second Hebei Tourism Festival, the artificial landscape covers 2.67 hectares on a hill slope and uses six types of flowers of various colors to attract tourists. (Photo: China News Service/Cao Jianxiong)



 

Sunflowers have been arranged in the form of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting Sunflowers in a village in Qinhuangdao City, North China's Hebei Province. As a centerpiece of the second Hebei Tourism Festival, the artificial landscape covers 2.67 hectares on a hill slope and uses six types of flowers of various colors to attract tourists. (Photo: China News Service/Cao Jianxiong)



 

Sunflowers have been arranged in the form of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting Sunflowers in a village in Qinhuangdao City, North China's Hebei Province. As a centerpiece of the second Hebei Tourism Festival, the artificial landscape covers 2.67 hectares on a hill slope and uses six types of flowers of various colors to attract tourists. (Photo: China News Service/Cao Jianxiong)



 

Sunflowers have been arranged in the form of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting Sunflowers in a village in Qinhuangdao City, North China's Hebei Province. As a centerpiece of the second Hebei Tourism Festival, the artificial landscape covers 2.67 hectares on a hill slope and uses six types of flowers of various colors to attract tourists. (Photo: China News Service/Cao Jianxiong)



 

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