A villager works on salt pans in Markam County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, March 21, 2015. Markam county, with rich salt resources, has more than 3,000 salt pans to evaporate brine in the sun with an ancestral technique since Tang Dynasty (618-907AD), which is also the oldest method of salt production. This salt evaporation method was listed as one of China's National Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. EXPA Pictures © 2015, PhotoCredit: EXPA/ Photoshot/ Zhang Xiaohua<br />
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A villager works on salt pans in Markam County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, March 21, 2015. Markam county, with rich salt resources, has more than 3,000 salt pans to evaporate brine in the sun with an ancestral technique since Tang Dynasty (618-907AD), which is also the oldest method of salt production. This salt evaporation method was listed as one of China's National Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. EXPA Pictures © 2015, PhotoCredit: EXPA/ Photoshot/ Zhang Xiaohua

*****ATTENTION - for AUT, SLO, CRO, SRB, BIH, MAZ only*****

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Photographer: SPORTIDA Photo Agency
Source: www.Sportida.com
Date 22 Mar 2015
Location: Markam China
Credit: Sportida / EXPA/ Photoshot/ Xinhua
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