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Shangqiu City Que Bo Taiwan 7- (Jade Emperor)
China

Que Botai is our country most ancient astronomical observatory ruins, presently for nation key Cultural relic preservation organ. On the error uncle stage has Que Bomiao. Raises for the Yuan Dynasty Germany year lifts Fan Tingbi to construct, the existing main hall, does obeisance historic buildings and so on palace, side room, imperial sacrifices gate, Zhong Gulou, is small and exquisite and is unique.

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Uploaded: 05/01/2010
Updated: 18/06/2014
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