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Massive ruins found in Japan's former capital likely a former imperial home (www.asahi.com)

Archaeologists have excavated one of the largest ruins of a building ever found at the former site of the Heijokyu palace in Nara, believed to have been a residence for emperors and crown princes during the late 8th century.

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