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Gion-bashi Bridge, Amakusa

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Historic Site
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  • Visitor parking is located near the bridge, it was useful. Is the origin of the name bridge in front of Gion shrine from Gion bridge said it seems.
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  • As the oldest in Amakusa stone building bridges, was a pedestrian-only now. Great men of old technology like!--and was impressed.
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  • This bridge, continues in the same way that was built and still being used. Hey one of the oldest bridges in the city of Amakusa, my father's hometown. Amakusa has a lot of influences from Catholicism, it seems a little to Brazil returned, in regions beach ...
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  • I look like the old concrete bridge when viewed from a distance than stone because the war. Digit has next to the stele, as are side by side only further gap overlook the river.
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  • It is hard-fought of the Shimabara rebellion. It is a good stone bridge.
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  • The bridge structure is interesting.
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  • Is to experience air weight leave the corpse of the Shimabara rebellion and the blood from the moutain stream history remains in the air please feel
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  • Multi legged Ishibashi, are designated as national is a great stone bridge. Hondo History Museum model.
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