The Heijokyu Palace sight is a spectacular step back into history. This site is an excavation of the Japanese capital Which was located in Nara, Japan in 710. It was moved from Fujiwara-kyo, located at the center of the prefecture, to the area known as Heijo-kyo. It was the political, economic and cultural center of Japan for over 70 years, and was the first historical site in Japan to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.
The staff here is phenomenal. Foreigners are permitted in for no charge. We had our own guide who was knowledgeable, spoke very good English, and was an overall really nice person. I am so glad we made the trip.
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