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-The '''Guangdong Museum''' ([[Chinese character|Chinese]]: 广东省博物馆) is a general museum in [[Guangzhou]], Guangdong, China.  
 +'''Guangzhou''', [[Postal Map Romanization|traditionally]] [[romanization of Chinese|romanised]] as '''Canton''', is the [[capital city|capital]] and most populous city of the [[Provinces of China|province]] of [[Guangdong]] in southern [[China]].
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Guangzhou, traditionally romanised as Canton, is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China.



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