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Zhao Luo jiang Beijing / Zhao Luo xuan bian
赵洛讲北京 / 赵洛选编
Bib ID 3561561
Format BookBook
Author
Zhao, Luo, 1925-
赵洛, 1925-
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第 1 版. 
Description Beijing : Beijing chu ban she, 2005 
北京 : 北京出版社, 2005 
155 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 7200057991
Series

Beijing tong cong shu.

北京通丛书.

Notes

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Subjects Beijing (China) -- History -- Anecdotes.  |  Beijing (China) -- Description and travel.
北京(China) -- History -- Anecdotes.  |  北京(China) -- Description and travel.

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