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JP03559 Asia, Japan, Honshu, Kansai Region, Nara, flags hanging outside Kasuga Taisha Shrine
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Asia, Japan, Honshu, Kansai Region, Nara, flags hanging outside Kasuga Taisha Shrine
AS15PDY0139 Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan is famous for its large number of ancient stone lanterns which line the entrance path.
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Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan is famous for its large number of ancient stone lanterns which line the entrance path.
JAP0767AW Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0746AW Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0745AW Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0744AW Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
CLKMG92648 Nara, Honshu, Japan
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Nara, Honshu, Japan
CLKMG92647 Male deer in Nara, Honshu, Japan
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Male deer in Nara, Honshu, Japan
FVG029344 Wooden heart shaped pink Ema boards, Kasuga - Taisha Shrine common to Japan, in which shinto and buddhist write prayers or wishes, Nara, Japan
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Wooden heart shaped pink Ema boards, Kasuga - Taisha Shrine common to Japan, in which shinto and buddhist write prayers or wishes, Nara, Japan
AS15BJY0170 Japan, Nara. Hanging lanterns in Kasuga Taisha Shinto Shrine. Dennis Flaherty
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Japan, Nara. Hanging lanterns in Kasuga Taisha Shinto Shrine. Dennis Flaherty
AS15PDY0143 Smaller metal and gold lanterns are representations of their ancient stone siblings. Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan.
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Smaller metal and gold lanterns are representations of their ancient stone siblings. Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan.
AS15PDY0140 Wooden ladles are placed at the entrance to Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan for visitors to purify their hands and mouth before entering.
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Wooden ladles are placed at the entrance to Kasuga-Taisha Shrine in Nara, Japan for visitors to purify their hands and mouth before entering.
JAP0766AW Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0748AW Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0747AW Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0743AW Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
JAP0742AW Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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Stone lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine (UNESCO World Heritage Site) at dusk, Nara, Kansai, Japan
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