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    •         •     bn:03895706n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/07

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 Asuka was the Imperial capital of Japan during the Asuka period, which takes its name from this place. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03895706n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/07     •     Categories: 古代城市, 奈良县地理, 奈良县观光地, 日本旧都...

  飞鸟 (地名)

飞鸟(あすか)是指现在的奈良县高市郡明日香村大字飞鸟一带和大阪府羽曳野市及太子町一带的地域名。 Wikipedia

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  Asuka, Yamato · Asuka-kyō · Palaces of Asuka

Asuka was the Imperial capital of Japan during the Asuka period, which takes its name from this place. Wikipedia

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An area in Yamato Province (now Nara Prefecture) in Japan, where imperial palaces and centers of government were built in the 6th and 7th centuries Wikipedia (disambiguation)
Former imperial capital of Japan Wikidata

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  Asuka-kyō

Asuka-kyō est une des capitales impériales du Japon au cours de la période Asuka, qui tient son nom de cet endroit. Wikipedia

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  Asuka-kyō · Asuka no Miyako · Asuka-kyo · Asukakyo · Asukakyō

Asuka-kyō bzw. Asuka Wikipedia

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Hauptstadt Japan des 7. Jahrhunderts Wikidata

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 Asuka was the Imperial capital of Japan during the Asuka period, which takes its name from this place. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03895706n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/07

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 Asuka was the Imperial capital of Japan during the Asuka period, which takes its name from this place. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03895706n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/07

 No term available

 Asuka was the Imperial capital of Japan during the Asuka period, which takes its name from this place. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03895706n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/02/07     •     Categories: Antiche capitali del Giappone, Siti archeologici del Giappone

  Asuka-kyō · Asuka kyō

Asuka-kyō Wikipedia

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  飛鳥 · 飛鳥地方

飛鳥(あすか)は、かつて大和国高市郡にあった地域である。 Wikipedia

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  Асука

Столица Ямато Wikidata

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  Asuka-kyō · Asuka-kyo · Asuka kyo · Asuka kyō

Asuka-kyō Wikipedia


 

Translations

飞鸟
asuka, yamato, asuka-kyō, palaces of asuka
asuka-kyō
asuka-kyō, Asuka no Miyako, Asuka-kyo, Asukakyo, Asukakyō
asuka-kyō, Asuka kyō
飛鳥, 飛鳥地方
Асука
asuka-kyō, Asuka-kyo, Asuka kyo, Asuka kyō

Other forms

BabelNet

Palace of Kiyomihara, Asuka
Asuka
京, 倭京

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