Best Instagram Pictures of Tianjin in 2019

By That's Tianjin, December 26, 2019

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The good, the bad and the ugly. The weird and the wacky. As is the That’s tradition, we’ve compiled our 2019 China Year in Review series. So sit back, relax and relive the highs and lows of the last 12 months.

Instagram is a 21st century window to the world, giving people across the globe access to stunning compositions found from Houston to Hangzhou. In Tianjin, we love sharing our readers’ best snapshots of life in and around China’s North Pearl on @ThatsTianjin Instagram page and featuring the best of the best on our Instagram of the Week column. 

Below, in no particular order, we share some of the best photos we featured in 2019:































Want to be the next person featured on Instagram of the Week in 2020? All you gotta do is tag your next post #ThatsTianjin, and we’ll select the best ones for a regram on our official page.

[Cover photo via @brightmindtgl/Instagram, @circularfan/Instagram, @thedobryakov/Instagram, @tammyshuttlworth/Instagram]

For more 2019 Year in Review coverage, click here.

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