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China issues stamps featuring UNESCO site Pingyao ancient city

Taiyuan, Dec 3 (UNI) China issued a set of special stamps featuring the ancient city of Pingyao in north China's Shanxi Province, to mark the 26th anniversary of the ancient city's inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The set of three stamps and a miniature sheet displays overall scenes and representative architecture of the ancient city.
The selling price of the whole set is 9 yuan (about 1.27 U.S. dollars).
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