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Deutsch: Die Liancourt-Felsen (japanisch Takeshima; koreanisch Dokdo).
English: The Liancourt Rocks, known as Dokdo (or Tokto, 독도/獨島, literally "solitary island") in Korean, as Takeshima (竹島, Takeshima, literally "bamboo island") in Japanese.
Español: Las Rocas de Liancourt, Para los locales, es decir, coreanos y japoneses, se conocen como Dokdo (독도) y Takeshima (竹島/たけしま) respectivamente
Français : Les rochers Liancourt, ou Dokdo (독도) en coréen, ou Takeshima (竹島) en japonais
日本語: 竹島の様子
한국어: 대한민국, 경상북도, 울릉군에 소재한 독도의 모습.
Polski: Dokdo
中文: 獨島
Date 17 June 2008
Author Kim Ji Ho
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