Hot eggs in Flaming Mountains

Updated: 2013-08-12 21:04


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Hot eggs in Flaming Mountains

A vendor bakes eggs on the street where there was enough heat to make the eggs edible near Flaming Mountains, a tourist spot in Turpan, Northeast China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Aug 11, 2013. The eggs, priced at 5 yuan each, have become a hot seller among curious tourists. The Flaming Mountains received their name from a classic Chinese novel, Journey to the West, which narrated the pilgrimage of Xuan Zang, a Buddhist monk, to India. Summer heat has made the mountains one of the hottest places in China. [Photo by Zhuo Ensen/Asianewsphoto]

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