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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian photojournalist captures landscape and heritage of China


Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Visions of China
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Mar
16

Ahram photojournalist Sherif Sonbol captures the mystic beauty of China on a journey through the country's wealth of unique sites.

Beginning at the Great Wall of China, Sonbol's 17 day journey passes through Wuhan -- the capital of central China’s Hubei province -- and the world-famous, scenic Three Gorges and its dam, with all the attending natural and cultural attractions on the Yangtze river.

Sonbol's photos were displayed in a recent exhibition titled Reflections on the Yangtze.

 

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