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English: Larger version of my Kyoto Fushimi Inari Torii photo
Français : Version plus grande de la photo du torii du temple d'Inari à Kyoto
Date 15 July 2004
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English Wikipedia, original upload 9 March 2005 by Neep
Author Paul Vlaar

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34° 58′ 1.00″ N, 135° 46′ 23.00″ E

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English: Fushimi Inari Torii in Kyoto


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