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Description Photograph of the Xumi Pagoda, Zhengding, Hebei Province, China. The pagoda was built in 636 AD during the Tang Dynasty, and stands at a height of 48 m (157 ft). Photograph taken on April 18, 2005 by Rolf Müller.
Date 18 April 2005
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Author Rolf Müller ( User:Rolfmueller)
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