The Harbin Ice Festival is an annual winter festival held in the city of Harbin, in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province. The festival is known for its large ice sculptures and ice lanterns, which are created using ice from the Songhua River.
The festival takes place every year from January to February, and attracts millions of visitors from around the world. In addition to the ice sculptures and lanterns, the festival also features ice and snow sports, such as ice skating, ice hockey, and skiing. There are also cultural performances, food vendors, and other activities for visitors to enjoy.
The Harbin Ice Festival is considered one of the largest and most impressive ice and snow festivals in the world. It is a popular tourist destination, and is known for its unique and beautiful displays of ice art.