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"The Path to Peace" Ⅱ
Japan

平和への路(みち)

2013年1月30日より行われる「第24回 国連軍縮会議in静岡」に合わせて行われる開催地自主事業の一つ。
静岡市内の青葉シンボルロードから常磐公園の間を竹灯篭の道で結び、常磐公園も竹灯籠の光で彩られる。


第24回 国連軍縮会議in静岡
http://www.city.shizuoka.jp/deps/kikaku/uncdi_in_shizuoka.html

国連軍縮会議:平和の灯り(あかり)プロジェクト
http://www.city.shizuoka.jp/deps/kikaku/uncdi_akari.html

国連軍縮:写真で見る:平和への路(1/28)
http://www.city.shizuoka.jp/deps/kikaku/uncdi_photo0128path.html

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送信日: 31/01/2013
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