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View from Mt.Kyomi
Japan

This is a veiw from a ridge near the summit of Mt. Kyomi, Himeji, Japan.

During the World War 2, the Imperial Army of Japan installed an anti-aircraft gun near here to shoot down B29s that flew from Saipan to Himeji area.

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Uploadet: 26/02/2012
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