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Česky: Nebeské jezero v kaldeře sopky Pektusan na hranicích mezi Čínskou lidovou republikou a Korejskou lidově demokratickou republikou
English: A crater lake at Tianchi ( Heaven Lake, 天池) at Baitou (Chinese Changbai Shan) at the border of China and North Korea
Deutsch: Der Tianchi ( Himmelssee) auf dem Changbai Shan
Date before 17 June 2005
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English: Transferred from : 2005-06-17 22:50 . . Bdpmax (104130 bytes) . . (长白山天池) – Took it myself.
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