Category:Oyu stone circles

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English: Oyu Stone Circles (Ōyu-kanjō-resseki) is the stone circle of the latter Jomon-period (about 4,000 years ago) in Kazuno, Akita. It is the largest stone circle in Japan.
日本語: 大湯環状列石(秋田県鹿角市)
Ōyu Stone Circles 
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LocationKazuno, Akita Prefecture, Tōhoku region
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40° 16′ 18″ N, 140° 48′ 14″ E

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Ōyu Stone Circles (en); 大湯環状列石 (ja); Cercles de pierres d'Oyu (fr)


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