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The biggest ice cave in China never melts Credit: Zhou junxiang/Imaginechina/AP

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Even when temperatures in summer soar, this cave remains ice cold.

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There’s a massive Ningwu ice cave in China - at 85 metres deep and metres above sea level, it’s the largest ice cave to be discovered in China.

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Summer attraction: The cave welcomes around visitors a day when it’s open to the public between May and October

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The biggest ice cave in China never melts Credit: Zhou junxiang/Imaginechina/AP

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This Impossible Ice Cave Stays Frozen Through Summer

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This Impossible Ice Cave Stays Frozen Through Summer

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Even when temperatures in summer soar, this cave remains ice cold.

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Real life Frozen: The world's biggest ice cave in China never melts

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Spectacular Ice Cave Remains Solid When Temperatures Soar

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Even when temperatures climb into the high teens, ice caves a few metres below ground remain frozen solid

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Those who venture into the crystalline world are treated to mesmerising sights of icicles, icefalls and ice stalagmites

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Tourists can spend an hour in the Ningwu County cave, which is illuminated by 200 light bulbs in varying shades

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