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Uri pada wa yŏngt'o : kojido torok / chiŭni Kukt'o Chiri Chŏngbowŏn
우리 바다 와 영토 : 고지도 도록 / 지은이 국토 지리 정보원
Bib ID 7010978
Format BookBook [text, cartographic image, volume]
Author
Kukt'o Chiri Chŏngbowŏn (Korea), author
국토 지리 정보원 (Korea), author
 
Edition 1-pʻan. 
1판. 
Description Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi Saenggak Swimpʻyo & Hyumŏn Kʻŏlchʻŏ Arirang, 2015 
서울 특별시 생각 쉼표 & 휴먼 컬처 아리랑, 2015 
195 pages : maps ; 15 x 22 cm 
ISBN 9791155655214
Subjects World maps -- Early works to 1800
Also Titled

Kojido torok

고지도 도록

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