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Taiwan fo jiao ming cha = Famous Buddhist temples and monast[e]ries in Taiwan / [bian yin zhe Taiwan fo jiao ming cha bian yin wei yuan hui]
臺灣佛教名刹 = Famous Buddhist temples and monast[e]ries in Taiwan / [編印者臺灣佛教名刹編印委員會]
Bib ID 2192325
Format BookBook
Description Taibei : Hua yu chu ban she, Minguo 60-<63 > [1971-<1974 > 
臺北 : 華宇出版社, 民國60-<63 > [1971-<1974 > 
v. <1-4 > : ill. (some col.) ; 39 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Buddhist temples -- Taiwan.  |  Buddhist priests -- Taiwan -- Biography.
Also Titled

Famous Buddhist temples and monastries in Taiwan.

Famous Buddhist temples and monasteries in Taiwan.

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