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  1. Keiki Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Keiki Prefecture (京畿道, Keiki-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Keijō. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Gyeonggi , South Korea .

    • South Korea
  2. French Indochina - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · French–Vietnamese relations started during the early 17th century with the arrival of the Jesuit missionary Alexandre de Rhodes.Around this time, Vietnam had only just begun its "Push to the South"—"Nam Tiến", the occupation of the Mekong Delta, a territory being part of the Khmer Empire and to a lesser extent, the kingdom of Champa which they had defeated in 1471.

  3. Kankyō-hoku Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Kankyō-hoku Prefecture (咸鏡北道, Kankyō-hoku-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Seishin. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Hamgyong , North Korea .

    • North Korea
  4. Kōgen Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Kōgen Prefecture (江原道, Kōgen-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Shunsen.The prefecture consisted of modern-day Kangwon/Gangwon, divided between North Korea and South Korea due to the division of Korea.

    • South Korea, North Korea
  5. Zenra-nan Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Zenra-nan Prefecture (全羅南道, Zenra-nan-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Kōshū.The prefecture consisted of modern-day South Jeolla, South Korea, as well as Jeju Island, which separated from South Jeolla and became a province in 1946, one year after the National Liberation of Korea.

    • South Korea
  6. Keishō-hoku Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Keishō-hoku Prefecture (慶尚北道, Keishō-hoku-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Taikyū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Gyeongsang , South Korea .

  7. Heian-hoku Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Heian-hoku Prefecture (平安北道, Heian-hoku-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Shingishū. The prefecture consisted of modern-day North Pyongan , North Korea .

  8. Kankyō-nan Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    23 hours ago · Kankyō-nan Prefecture (咸鏡南道, Kankyō-nan-dō) was one of the administrative divisions of Korea during Japanese rule, with its capital at Kankō. The prefecture consisted of modern-day South Hamgyong Province , North Korea .

  9. Ioujno-Sakhalinsk — Wikipédia

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    1 day ago · Wikipedia® est une marque déposée de la Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., organisation de bienfaisance régie par le paragraphe 501(c)(3) du code fiscal des États-Unis. Politique de confidentialité À propos de Wikipédia

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