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未名湖,Yet-to-be-named Lake
Beijing

The Yet-to-be-named Lake is in the Beijing University campus the biggest artificial lake, located at the mid-north. the shape assumes the U shape. South the lake has turns the tail rockfish sculpture, the central committee has the center of the lake island, is interlinked by the bridge with north shore. The center of the lake island's south tip of has a stone boat. Hunan ashore has Zhong Ting, Linhuxuan, the flowered temple and the Edgar · Snow grave, the east bank has the learned tower.

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