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View of Toyama city and Tateyama mountains from Kurehayama
Japan

Kurehayama is one of the hiking spots in Toyama-city. One can see toyama city and Tateyama mountains from here. If the condition would be perfect, we could Tateyama mountains more clearly. The railway you can see in the left side is Hokuriku Shinkansen under construction.

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Uploaded: 30/09/2012
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