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River near Mt Tanzawa
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丹沢山地(たんざわさんち)は、神奈川県北西部に広がる山地。東西約40キロメートル、南北約20キロメートルに及び、神奈川県の面積の約6分の1を占める。秩父山地等と合わせて関東山地とも呼ばれる。丹沢山地の大部分は山岳公園として丹沢大山国定公園と神奈川県立丹沢大山自然公園に指定されている。

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Copyright: Thomas Humeau
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送信日: 08/08/2011
更新日: 23/09/2014
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