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Nantou County, Ren-ai Township
Taiwan

南投仁愛鄉法治村武界橋旁,武界是日據時代名,現為法治村,旁邊河的源頭是武界水庫,最後末端注入日月潭。Ai Township, Nantou rule of law in the village of Wu Jie Bridge, Wu Jie is the Japanese era name, now for the rule of law in the village, next to the river's source is Wujie reservoir, the final end of the injection of Sun Moon Lake.

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Uploaded: 26/06/2012
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Tags: nantou; 武界; 南投; 法治村; 仁愛鄉; vokai
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