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Damingheall (se is "Sele of Miclum Beorhtnesse") wæs se cāserlic cynebotl þæs Tang Cynecynnes, and hit stent in þās cāsera hēafodburg se wæs Chang'an.[1][2] In þissum healle ricsodon Tang cāseras for mār þan 220 wintrum.[1]

Todæg is þes sele þēodes iefstede of Cīnan.[3] His stede is be norðēasten Xi'an byrig, sēo is in Shaanxi Underrīce.[4]

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  2. Daminghealles spellas - China Daily
  3. (2010) "Eco-city: China's realities and challenges in urban planning and design", Towards a liveable and sustainable urban environment: Eco-cities in East Asia. Singapore: World Scientific. ISBN 978-981-4287-76-0. 
  4. Du, Xiaofan (2010). in Agnew, Neville: Conservation of ancient sites on the Silk Road, Hellman, Naomi (trans.), Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. ISBN 978-1-60606-013-1.