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o fabricadas por GB Metal Products Co., Ltd Zhuanlu Town, Dingzhou, Hebei

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or manufactured by GB Metal Products Co., Ltd, Zhuanlu Town, Dingzhou, Hebei

Last Update: 2014-11-13
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Fabricadas y vendidas por GB Metal Products Co., Ltd Zhuanlu Town, Dingzhou, Hebei

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Manufactured and sold by GB Metal Products Co., Ltd, Zhuanlu Town, Dingzhou, Hebei

Last Update: 2014-11-13
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Una persona de la Oficina de Seguridad Pública de Dingzhou declaró: “Esto no es una autopsia, ¡es una vivisección!”. (Tomado de un informe del sitio web de Minghui, 25 de septiembre de 2004.)2.

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A Dingzhou Public Security Bureau staff said, “This is no autopsy; it is vivisection!” (from a September 25, 2004 report on the Clearwisdom website) [2]

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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La Pagoda Liaodi () del Monasterio Kaiyuan, en Dingzhou, Provincia de Hebei, China, es la pagoda china premoderna más alta que se conserva, y la pagoda de ladrillos más alta del mundo, construida en el siglo XI durante la Dinastía Song (960-1279).

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The Liaodi Pagoda () of Kaiyuan Monastery, Dingzhou, Hebei Province, China is the tallest existing pre-modern Chinese pagoda and tallest brick pagoda in the world, built in the 11th century during the Song dynasty (960-1279).

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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La Pagoda de Liaodi, del 1055 dC, tiene una altura de 84 m, y, aunque sirvió como la pagoda de coronación del monasterio de Kaiyuan en el viejo Dingzhou, Hebei, también tuvo un uso de torre de vigilancia militar para los soldados de la dinastía Song.

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The Liaodi Pagoda of 1055 AD stands at a height of 84 m (275 ft), and although it served as the crowning pagoda of the Kaiyuan monastery in old Dingzhou, Hebei, it was also used as a military watchtower for Song Dynasty soldiers to observe potential Liao Dynasty enemy movements.

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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