Historic buildings of old Nara
The historic buildings of old Nara were registered with the World heritage of humanity in 1998. Nara, to 42 km in the south of Kyōto, was the capital of the Japan, under the name of Heijō-kyō of 710 with 784, i.e. during the time of Nara.
All the sites are in the town of Nara in eight sites distinct:
- five Buddhist temples:
- Tōdai-ji (Central zone: 69 ha, buffer zone: 1312 ha),
- Kōfuku-ji (12.4 ha),
- Gangō-ji (0.8 ha),
- Yakushi-ji (Central zone: 5 ha, Buffer zone: 186 ha),
- Tōshōdai-ji (9.1 ha);
- a temple shintoïste, the Kasuga-Taisha (93 ha);
- the primitive Forest of Kasugayama (298 ha);
- and the archeological site of the Palate of Nara (Central zone: 129 ha, Buffer zone: 465 ha).
- Card of the historic buildings of old Nara on the site of UNESCO
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