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Wushuli River

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Ranked #2 in Hulin Can't Miss Attractions
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Recommended sightseeing time:2-3 hours
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Hulin City, Jixi CityMap

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The Wusuli River is the starting point of Hutou Town, China's Songacha River and Russia's Eman River in Hutou after the convergence of the Wusuli River, 905 km long, the watershed area of nearly 190,000 square kilometers, along the river and down to enjoy both sides of the beautiful scenery and exotic scenery. The first tower of the Wusuli River is an iconic building. The tower is 55 meters high and offers panoramic views of the town of Hutou and a telescope view of the human landscape across the Russian coast. "The first tiger in the world", the male Wusuli River, 25 meters long, 16 meters high, 30.4 tons, 200 square meters, all of the use of copper plate forged and welding, has been loaded in Shanghai "Large World Kenis Records Daquan" series, is a large human landscape and landmark building in the tourist attraction of Hutou.

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Introduction

The Ussuri River is a tributary of Heilongjiang and the border river between China and Russia. The upper reaches are formed by the confluence of the Ula River and the Daubi River. Both rivers originate from the southwestern slope of the Sikhote Mountains and flow northeast to Khabarovsk and Heilongjiang. It is 909 kilometers (565 miles) long and has a watershed area of 187,000 square kilometers (72,200 square miles). The main tributaries are Song Acha River, Muling River, Naoli River and so on. A long section of the main stream caused a Sino-Soviet border dispute in 1969. In 1977, the two sides formulated navigation rules in the Sino-Soviet border waters. The Ussuri River has a freezing period of about 5 months every year.
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