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Gion-bashi Bridge, Amakusa

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  • Higo takes at the Meiji era from the late Edo period of stone arch bridge bridge number. Gion bridge in Amakusa built prior to this period, is a huge length of 26 m, width 3 as a girder bridge in 1832. 3 m.  About 4 m long and 30 cm square and 10 columns passed digit seven or so, being supported by the leg of five-column 45. And the shadows make a bridge with leg sticking high tides or water when you visit the charming landscapes.    After the construction soon Amakusa rebellion became the bloodstained battle said.
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  • Japan's largest stone bridge. Will deteriorate because it is made of sandstone, but the atmosphere is nice. On the other side of the River, good shrine.
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  • Proximity Tourism Association. Gion bridge to the shrine. Core specimen increases the amount of water after rain had been playing in the river. I don't think past stained with the blood of the river is peaceful.
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