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Domyo-ji Walk 4/5/10

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あみまウォークで近鉄南大阪線、道明寺から石川沿いに家迄あるく。10-20km.
川沿いの桜や鳥や銅像や、田舎の河内源氏の墓等を巡る。
なかなかおもしろかったが、かなり歩いた。




カモの流し撮り。

カモの流し撮り。

近鉄吉野線

近鉄吉野線

近鉄吉野線

近鉄吉野線




壺井八幡宮の看板

壺井八幡宮参道灯籠


八幡宮鳥居

4/5/10 通法寺跡

Domyoji Walk 4/5/10 通法寺跡看板
河内源氏がおった場所。

Domyoji Walk 4/5/10 河内源氏館跡


Domyoji Walk 4/5/10 石碑と桜


源氏三代の墓への入り口
Entrance to the thumb.


4/5/10 歴史街道 源義家の墓石碑

4/5/10 源義家の墓

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