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Biwako Canal Memorial Hall, Kyoto

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  • The exhibition room of the Museum here may be uninteresting is 2nd floor, 1st floor and four basements, outdoor area consists not of interest too in hydrophobic business. I would have walked along the rail, however many people remains in the hydrophobic traces. Because it increases the fun and seen the 3rd exhibition room (basement South) to stop by here ago walking along the rail "near the kicked top model (see attached photo)" somehow walking rail trail on the kicking position how rail laid was everyone better understand and walking tracks. Is this "near the kicked top reconstruction." we was opened 0/1989 (1989) the Biwa Lake hydrophobic Memorial to commemorate 20th anniversary of 0/2009 (2009) is restored on the 0/1915 (1915) was kicked near the scene.
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  • It is a Museum of the waterworks and sewerage Bureau operates Kyoto City on. Guests will easily understandable history of the Lake Biwa Canal and related materials, were on display. If you went near the entrance is free, so please, take a look at.
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  • Free facilities, tried to visit. Lake Biwa didn't live in Osaka. Its history very clearly in a 30-minute DVD, I could understand. In talking about casualties and the building at that time the longest underground tunnel excavation and electric generator the Meiji era, Kyoto's trams and street lamps of architecture, culture and history learned. This is the DVD is impressive.
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