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English: Map of the Qing Dynasty in 1820. (Includes provincial boundaries and the boundaries of modern China for reference.) Provinces in yellow, military governorates and protectorates in light yellow, tributary states in orange.
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中文(简体)‎: 大清嘉庆二十五年疆域图。
中文(繁體)‎: 大清 嘉慶廿五年疆域圖。
日本語: 大清の 嘉慶25年の疆域の図。
한국어: 대청제국의 가경25년의 지도.
Tiếng Việt: Đại Thanh bản đồ (1820).
Date 27 September 2008
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