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Streets in Beijing lightened up on eve of Lunar New Year

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Beijing, Feb 11 (EFE/EPA).- Streets in Beijing were ligtened up by red lanterns Thursday to welcome the Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 12 and will mark the beginning of the Year of the Ox in Chinese astrology. (Camera: ROMAN PILIPEY).B-ROLL OF THE STREET OF QIANMEN DECORATED WITH RED LANTERNS ON THE EVE OF LUNAR NEW YEAR IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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