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<Literary legendary places>

Note: Included are physical features, administrative geographic places, and fictional built works. An example is Middlemarch (England), the fictional place in the setting for George Eliot's 1872 novel Middlemarch. Through associative relationships, link the place to the literary work in Related Iconographical Subject. For religious and mythological places, place them in the Religion, Mythology, and Legend facet. Historical places should be placed in TGN.

Literary legendary places (preferred,English,D)

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Literature and Performing Arts (P)
....<Literary legendary places> (P)

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