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OyaQuarry
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一般の人々の目に触れることなく「未知なる空間」と呼ばれた、地下採掘場跡。その広さは、2万平方メートル、深さは、30mにもおよびます。石肌には、手堀り時代のツルハシのあとが残り、ずっしりと年輪の重さを感じさせ、地下の巨大建造物を思わせる景観は、この地ならではの圧巻です。 http://www.oya909.co.jp/museum/index.html

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