PHOTOS: Panjin 'Red Beach' back in bloom

By Ryan Kilpatrick, October 31, 2014

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In early autumn every year, this beach in Panjin, Liaoning Province turns a deep vermilion, earning it the sobriquet "Red Beach."

Dubbed the "Wetland Capital" of China, Panjin is located on the northeast coast of Liaodong Bay, in the Bohai Gulf. 

The Red Beaches can be found within the Liao River Delta, and is the largest reed marsh in the world. 

The region is also home to over 250 species of birds and is also famous for crane-watching. 

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