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Yangtze River's Three Gorges with old sailing junks (sanpans) prior...

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Caption: Yangtze River's Three Gorges with old sailing junks (sanpans) prior to flooding of gorges
Location: Yangtze River, China
Copyright: © Dennis Cox / ChinaStock
AGPix ID: AGPix_DeCo9_0478
Photo Alignment: 35mm (horizontal)
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