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    •     bn:00123079n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2018/11/29

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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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  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, 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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