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Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China
Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China
Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China
Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China
Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China
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Lesson 14 - A three-level landscape of China

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  • Tarim Basin : 塔里木盆地 Qilian Mountains : 祁连山
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    • 1. A three-level landscape ( 地形 ) of China Lesson 14
    • 2. A three-level landscape ( 地形 ) of China
    • 3. A three-level landscape ( 地形 ) of China
    • 4. Highest and lowest points <ul><li>In China, the highest point is Qomolangma Feng (8 848m) </li></ul><ul><li>The lowest point is found in Aydingkol Hu (155m below sea level) </li></ul>
    • 5. See you and miss you all~

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