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    •     bn:00123079n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/08

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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  恭仁京

恭仁京(日语:恭仁京,くにきょう、くにのみや)是指在日本奈良时代的一段时期里在山背国相乐郡设立的皇宫。 Wikipedia

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    •     bn:00123079n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/08     •     Categories: Former capitals of Japan, Historic Sites of Japan, History of Kyoto Prefecture, Japanese history stubs...

  Kuni-kyō · Kuni-kyo · Kuni Palace · Kunikyo · Kunikyō

Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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  Kuni-kyō

Kuni-kyō, est la ville capitale du Japon entre 740 et 744, au cours de l'époque de Nara, avec le palais construit dans l'actuelle ville de Kizugawa sur ordre de l'empereur Shōmu. Wikipedia

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  Kuni-kyō · Kuni-kyo · Kuni no Miyako · Kunikyo · Kunikyō

Kuni-kyō, auch Kuni no Miyako, war zwischen 741 und 744 die Hauptstadt Japans. Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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  恭仁京 · 山城国分寺 · 山城国分寺跡 · 恭仁京跡 · 恭仁宮

恭仁京(くにきょう/くにのみやこ)は、奈良時代の都城の1つ。 Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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 Kuni-kyō, was the capital city of Japan between 740 and 744, whose imperial palace was built in the present-day city of Kizugawa in Kyoto Prefecture by the order of Emperor Shōmu. Wikipedia

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Translations

恭仁京
kuni-kyō, kuni-kyo, kuni palace, kunikyo, kunikyō
kuni-kyō
kuni-kyō, Kuni-kyo, Kuni no Miyako, Kunikyo, Kunikyō, yamashiro kokubunji
恭仁京, 山城国分寺, 山城国分寺跡, 恭仁京跡, 恭仁宮, 恭仁宮跡

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