Category:Rajōmon

English: Rajōmon (in Japanese: 羅城門 or 羅生門), Rashōmon or Raseimon (lit. "the castle gate", Rasho(mon)- "mon" translate into "gate", so called Rasho Gate) was the gate built at the southern end of the monumental Suzaku Avenue, or Suzaku-ōji in ancient Japanese cities of Heijō-kyō (Nara) and Heian-kyō (Kyoto), in accordance with the Chinese grid-patterned city layout. At the northern end the Suzakumon was located.
Rashōmon 
gate built at the ancient Japanese cities of Heijō-kyō (Nara) and Heian-kyō (Kyoto)
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34° 58′ 45.84″ N, 135° 44′ 33.36″ E
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Rashōmon (es); 羅城門 (yue); Rajōmon (fr); Расёмон (ru); Rajōmon (de); راشومون (fa); 羅城門 (zh); 羅城門 (ja); Rashomon (sv); Rashōmon (nl); 羅城門 (zh-hant); 罗城门 (wuu); 라조몬 (ko); Rashōmon (en); Racomon (az); 罗城门 (zh-hans); 羅城門 (zh-hk) gate built at the ancient Japanese cities of Heijō-kyō (Nara) and Heian-kyō (Kyoto) (en); 平城京や平安京といった条坊都市の中央を南北に貫いた朱雀大路の南端に構えられた大門 (ja) Расемон (ru); 羅城, 羅生門 (ja); Rasei-mon, Rajomon, Raseimon, Rajō-mon (de); Rashōmon, Rashômon (sv); دروازه راشومون, دروازهٔ راشومون (fa); La puerta de Rashomon, Rajōmon, Rajomon, Rashomon, Raseimon (es); Rajōmon (en)

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