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English: A map of the great wall of china of Qin Dynasty. The red lines indicate the Qin era wall. The yellow line indicates the current border of China.
Deutsch: Eine Karte der chinesischen Mauer zur Zeit der Qin Dynastie. Die rot eingezeichneten Teile der Mauer wurden zur Zeit der Qin Dynastie errichtet, gelb eingezeichnet sind die heutigen Grenzen Chinas.
Date uploaded on 2007-07-08
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