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Horse taming attracts tourists in China’s Inner Mongolia

Updated: Jan 20,2018 1:54 PM     Xinhua

Herdsmen and herdswomen tame the horses on the snow-covered grassland in Xilinhot city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jan 18, 2018. Snow-themed tourism was a hit in North China during the winter season and watching snowfield horse taming on Xilingol Grasslands is one of the most popular tourist events.[Photo/Xinhua]

Herdsmen tame the horses on the snow-covered grassland in Xilinhot city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jan 18, 2018. Snow-themed tourism was a hit in North China during the winter season and watching snowfield horse taming on Xilingol Grasslands is one of the most popular tourist events. [Photo/Xinhua]

Herdsmen and herdswomen tame the horses on the snow-covered grassland in Xilinhot city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jan 18, 2018. Snow-themed tourism was a hit in North China during the winter season and watching snowfield horse taming on Xilingol Grasslands is one of the most popular tourist events.[Photo/Xinhua]

Herdsmen tame the horses on the snow-covered grassland in Xilinhot city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jan 18, 2018. Snow-themed tourism was a hit in North China during the winter season and watching snowfield horse taming on Xilingol Grasslands is one of the most popular tourist events.[Photo/Xinhua]

A herdsman tames the horse on the snow-covered grassland in Xilinhot city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jan 18, 2018. Snow-themed tourism was a hit in North China during the winter season and watching snowfield horse taming on Xilingol Grasslands is one of the most popular tourist events.[Photo/Xinhua]

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