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Ruins of Heijo Palace in Nara Japan

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Suzaku gate Suzaku gate Imperial Audience Hall Imperial Audience Hall Inside of Audience Hall
Takamikura Inside of Audience Hall Imperial Audience Hall Ruins of Inner Palace Eastern Palace Garden
Eastern Palace Garden Gate and wall Ruins of Ministry Cornerstone Restored building

Heijo Palace in Nara, was the Imperial Palace of Japan (710-784 AD), during most of the Nara period. The Palace was located in the north end of the capital city. The remains of the palace, and the surrounding area, was established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998 along with a number of other buildings and area, as the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara." In 2010, various events are held to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of Nara Heijo Palace.
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