Taihei-kaku, known as the Bridge of Peace, is a covered wooden bridge with a cypress bark-shingled structure topped with a phoenix, formerly located on the grounds of the Kyoto Imperial Palace, it was built in 1912 and covers a total area of 84.1 square m
The Heian Jingu Shrine built in 1895, was planned to be a replica of the Chodo-in, the Hall of State originally located on the land of the Heian Imperial Palace, to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the founding of Heian-kyo (the original name of Kyoto, former capital of Japan)...
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