Heiankyo-Sakyo-Sanjo-Nibo-Juccho (Horikawain) ruin

Heiankyo-Sakyo-Sanjo-Nibo-Juccho (Horikawain) ruin


Kyoto, Japan (JP)
Archaeological excavation site (December 2006 - March 2008).

Horikawain was the temporary imperial palace (Satodairi) of the 64th Emperor En'yu (959-991, r. 969-984), the 72nd Emperor Shirakawa (1053-1129, r. 1073-1087) and the 73rd Emperor Horikawa (1079-1107, r. 1087-1107) of Japan.
Archaeological excavation site (December 2006 - March 2008).

Horikawain was the temporary imperial palace (Satodairi) of the 64th Emperor En'yu (959-991, r. 969-984), the 72nd Emperor Shirakawa (1053-1129, r. 1073-1087) and the 73rd Emperor Horikawa (1079-1107, r. 1087-1107) of Japan.
View in Google Earth Ancient, No Longer There
Links: www.kyoto-arc.or.jp
By: kaiken

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