Nara (奈良市) is a city (population ~370,000) in the Kansai Region of Japan. In the 8th century it was the capital of Japan in a period known as the Nara Period. A selection of stunning temples and shrines make this a popular travel destination. It is also home to a very large population of tame deer that roam freely, particularly in Nara Park.
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The main attraction of Nara for any tourist is the biggest Buddha in the world, and the tame deer that casually wonder through the park and mug you if you leave your pockets open (one of them ate my entire map ...
Posted in Round the World 2012! by Tess_JM