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Daisen-kofun in Sakai, Osaka, Japan. This is one of the largest tombs in the world. Japanese government regards this as the tomb of Emperor Nintoku, the 16th emperor, but many historians don't think so.

The keyhole-like tomb is 486m long, 305m wide at the bottom and 245m in diameter.

English: Daisen-Kofun, the tomb of Emperor Nintoku, Osaka
Español: El Daisen-Kofun, tumba legendaria de Emperador Nintoku
Suomi: Kofun-kauden hautakumpu Osakassa, yksi maailman suurimmista.
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Source http://w3land.mlit.go.jp/cgi-bin/WebGIS2/WC_AirPhoto.cgi?IT=p&DT=n&PFN=CKK-85-2&PCN=C2&IDX=8
Author Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Government of Japan & moja resized
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  • 仁徳天皇陵とされる古墳
  • ソース
  • 整理番号:CKK-85-2
  • 撮影:1985年(昭和60年)


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