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Meijo Koen Community Building
Japan

The community building at Meijo Koen. Located just north of Nagoya Castle, Meijo Koen is on of Nagoya's larger parks. The building houses a greenhouse, classrooms, and a cafe. The park has flower gardens and playing fields.  It is a popular place for joggers.

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上传: 22/07/2012
更新: 25/08/2012
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