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English: Great Wall of China near Jinshanling
Français : La Grande Muraille de Chine, section de Jinshanling.
Polski: Wielki Mur Chiński w okolicy Jinshanling

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40° 40′ 34.07″ N, 117° 14′ 21.52″ E

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Date 29 May 2009
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Author Jakub Hałun


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