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Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park (Gateway Park) Honolulu Chinatown
Hawaii
ハアイシアターの隣にある小さな公園です。公園内には孫文の少年像があり、以前はゲートウェイ・パークという名称でした。中国の革命の父として知られる孫文は十代の頃、ハワイで教育を受けており、この公園やチャイナタウンを闊歩したことでしょう。
Copyright: Hiroshi Tai
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Uploaded: 02/03/2012
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