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宜蘭高中 中庭 Quadrangle of Yi-Lan Senior High
Taiwan

這裡是宜蘭高中的中庭。在正前方看到主要建材為不加外包覆的親水混凝土的是在民國99年2月落成的懷山樓,詳細介紹請看這張環景http://www.360cities.net/image/-west-side-of-the-north-hallway-at-moutain-memorial-building-in-yi-lan-senior-high-taiwan

左方為謙學樓(舊名資優館),右方為行政大樓,後方為臨風(楓)樓(舊名新教學大樓)。

Here we at quadrangle of Yi-Lan Senior High. The building which is mainly construct with Water affinity concretes infront of us is the  Moutain-Memorial Building.(constructed in 2010) Please go to http://www.360cities.net/image/-west-side-of-the-north-hallway-at-moutain-memorial-building-in-yi-lan-senior-high-taiwan pano for more detail about this building.

Administration Building(Left), Wind-Near Building(Back,Originally named New-Teaching Building),and Modest-Study Building(Original named Intelligent Building) were also in this picture.

http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/國立宜蘭高級中學

Copyright: Ewing Kang
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 20726x10363
Taken: 04/08/2010
Uppladdad: 31/07/2010
Uppdaterad: 05/03/2015
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Tags: yi-lan high school; high school; senior high; yi-lan; moutain-memorial building; administration building; wind-near building; modest-study building; intelligent building; jian-shing huang; school; yi lan
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