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香九礼ヶ丘展望台View from Kakure-observatory
Japan

香九礼ヶ丘の頂には古墳が6基ありましたが、宅地開発に伴いⅠ号基は他へ移転、

2〜5号基は調査書作成後解体、6号基のみ現在も埋められています。
この古墳からは紀元前2千年の石器が出土しました。
ここ、香九礼ヶ丘からの眺望は、昔から八州が遠望され、トヨタ自動車工場群や
トヨタ市街地など多くの住宅地が展望されます。

Copyright: 中山晴彦
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Resolution: 9182x4591
Uploaded: 21/09/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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