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Kagoshima-shi

Kagoshima-shi - description of the city:

Kagoshima-shi is city of Japan (Kagoshima-ken). The population of Kagoshima-shi: 555,352 people. Geographic coordinates of Kagoshima-shi: 31.56018 x 130.55814.

Country Japan
International title Kagoshima-shi
Population 555,352 people
Timezone Asia/Tokyo
State Kagoshima-ken
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 31.56018 x Longitude: 130.55814

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Places to visit in Kagoshima-shi

Famous Places

Marktgasse
Country: Switzerland

What Is Marktgasse? The Marktgasse is one of the famous city street in Bern, in the medieval city center. The Old City of Bern is also called the medieval city center. It is within the Inner Neustadt, and it was developed in the 1200s. It goes fro ...

Wettingen
Country: Switzerland

Wettingen Introduction  Wettingen is a small community in the Baden district in the Aargau canton of Switzerland. With a population of around 20,000, Wettingen is the biggest municipality in the whole canton.  This is the biggest munici ...

Pontresina
Country: Switzerland

Pontresina Introduction  Pontresina is located in the Maljoa district, and this municipality is located in Graubunden canton in the country of Switzerland. It has a population of roughly 2,100. Name and History  The city was initially ...

Michaelerplatz
Country: Austria

Michaelerplatz faces the grand main entrance into the imperial residence, the Michaelertor (St Michael’s Doorway), which leads to the Hofburg’s inner courtyard. On both sides of the doorway are 19th-century wall fountains, designed by Rudolf We ...

Josefsplatz
Country: Austria

In the centre of Josefsplatz stands an equestrian statue (1807) of Joseph II portrayed as a Roman emperor, by Franz Anton Zauner. Behind the statue, to the right, is the entrance to the National Library building designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer ...

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