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大鹿村大西観音像 Kannon statue
Japan

1961年(昭和36年)に発生した「三六災害」で崩落した大鹿村の大西山の崩落跡地に、犠牲者の慰霊と村の復興を願って築かれた。赤石岳を望む約5万平方メートルの敷地には1967年(昭和42年)頃から村人によって植えられた130種類・3,000本におよぶ桜があり、春には「さくら祭」が、夏には「大鹿夏祭り」が催される。

また、三六災害30周年を記念して1991年(平成3年)に建立された大西観世音菩薩像が、大西山を背に公園を見下ろす様に立つ。

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Uploaded: 27/10/2013
Updated: 06/08/2014
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