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English: Yangtze shoreline, within water source protection area (with a sign to explain this) west of Maoping Town (the county seat of Zigui County, Hubei, China). The sign says: "You have entered the 2nd-level protection area of the drinking water source for the Second Water Treatment Plant of Zigui County's main urban area. Total length, 2.1 km".
Date 15 July 2009
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