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Kawasaki

Kawasaki - description of the city:

Kawasaki is city of Japan (Kanagawa-ken). The population of Kawasaki: 1,306,785 people. Geographic coordinates of Kawasaki: 35.52056 x 139.71722.

Country Japan
International title Kawasaki
Population 1,306,785 people
Timezone Asia/Tokyo
State Kanagawa-ken
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 35.52056 x Longitude: 139.71722

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Places to visit in Kawasaki

Famous Places

Museums Quartier
Country: Austria

Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach was commissioned by Emperor Karl VI to build the imperial stables on the escarpment behind the old town fortifications. In 1921, these Baroque buildings became a venue for fairs, and in the 1980s they were convert ...

Kefermarkt
Country: Austria

The main attraction in this little town is its 15th-century Wallfahrtskirche (pilgrimage church), built by Christoph von Zelking, the master of Kefermarkt’s castle, Schloss Weinberg. He also commissioned its altar dedicated to his favourite saint ...

Nobel Peace Center
Country: Norway

Located in Oslo, Norway, the Nobel Peace Center is the showcase for the prize and all that it represents. This is the center where politics and culture merge in order to promote debate, involvement, and reflection on such topics as conflict resolut ...

Kon-Tiki Museet
Country: Norway

Located on the Bygdoy peninsula in Norway, the Kon-Tiki Museum offers maps and vessels from the Kon-Tiki Museet. In addition, it offers a library with around 8000 books. The museum was opened provisionally in the year 1949. In the year 1957, the cu ...

Det Internasjonale Barnekunstmuseet
Country: Norway

Det Internasjonale Barnekunstmuseet is the International Museum for Children’s Art. It is located in Oslo, Norway. This museum is a pioneer in the industry as it is the first museum to be filled with art that was created by children. The art ...

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