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View from Mt. Sho-yama
Japan

This is a view from Mt. Sho-yama in Himeji, Japan.

In 14th century, a castle was built along the ridges of this mountain.

However, in early 17th century, the castle was abandoned.

Now, we can see a few evidences of the caslte.

The flat summit where I took this panorama is one of the evidences.

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