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北火炎山海濱
Taiwan

The abundant geographical resources of the Northeast Coast offer surprises at each and every corner. In a way, the Northeast Coast is in fact a miniature projection of Taiwan, as it developed from an area of sunken land on the coast of South China that was then pushed up from the seas into a mountainous island.

External link : http://www.necoast-nsa.gov.tw/user/Article.aspx?Lang=2&SNo=03000427

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