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  • An aerial view of some of the over 700 villas built illegally on a mountainside in Shijiazhuang, North China's Hebei province, taken on Feb. 25. Photo: IC_Gallery: Workers Start Demolishing Hundreds of Illegally Built Villas
     
     
    An aerial view of some of the over 700 villas built illegally on a mountainside in Shijiazhuang, North China's Hebei province, taken on Feb. 25. Photo: IC
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Gallery: Workers Start Demolishing Hundreds of Illegally Built Villas

Workers have begun knocking down hundreds of villas built without permission in Shijiazhuang, capital of North China’s Hebei province, weeks after a similar undertaking started in neighboring Shandong

03.01.2019
An aerial view of some of the over 700 villas built illegally on a mountainside in Shijiazhuang, North China's Hebei province, taken on Feb. 25. Photo: IC
Workers demolish illegally built villas in Shijiazhuang on Feb. 25. Photo: IC
Barbed wire stands near the illegally built villas in Shijiazhuang on Feb. 23. Photo: IC
A total of 10 illegally built villas covering 12,667 square meters (136,346 square feet) had been demolished in Shijiazhuang by Feb. 23. Photo: VCG
Machinery is used to demolish the villas on Feb. 21. Photo: VCG

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Gallery: Workers Start Demolishing Hundreds of Illegally Built Villas