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by shig2006

"Castle of God"

A World Heritage Site, this gusuku is among the largest of all the surviving Okinawan castles. Estimated to have been built around the 12th Century, the castle walls outline its massive size. Surrounded by gorges to the east and a shoreline cliff to the north, the highest part of the site affords some amazing ocean views. Multiple shrines were found in the ruins, and so the castle is known as the "Castle of God."
5101 Imadomari, Nakijin, Japan, 905-0428
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"Castle of God"
A World Heritage Site, this gusuku is among the largest of all the surviving Okinawan castles. Estimated to have been built around the 12th Century, the castle walls outline its massive size. Surrounded by gorges to the east and a shoreline cliff to the north, the highest part of the site affords some amazing ocean views. Multiple shrines were found in the ruins, and so the castle is known as the "Castle of God."
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