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Kyoto, the temples

The Golden Pavilion. This is one of sacral places Japanese schoolchildren  visit during their education.  Although this magnificent building is located in the middle of a park at the shore of a lake, due to the overflow of visitors it is rather hectic than quiet over there.

The same was true for Kiyomizu Temple complex. Many many schoolbusses had dropped off kids over there. Nevertheless, the wide green environment with nice and well-maintained footpaths allows one to escape the crowd.

A close up shot of one of the beautifully colored buildings of the Kiyomizu Temple complex to end with.

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Hele mooie foto’s ! Wauw!

Comment by Melanie Chrissy

Tx voor je bezoekje!

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