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Mongol Khan (13th century)

Mongol Khan (13th century)

The ruler of the vast Mongol Empire was the Khan.

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Mông Cổ, khan, Đế quốc Mông Cổ, Đại hãn, Thành Cát Tư Hãn, Tuổi trung niên, ký túc xá, lều, lãnh đạo, chung, cái thước, lịch sử

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