File:The Shrine of Confucius, Tainan, by Fujishima Takeji (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo).jpg

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English: The Shrine of Confucius, Tainan, by Fujishima Takeji, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
日本語: 聖廟(台南) 藤島武二筆
Date circa 1933
Source http://search.artmuseums.go.jp/search_e/gazou.php?sakuhin=5125&edaban=1
Author Fujishima Takeji (1867-1943)
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