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Kiyomizu Temple in Autumn; Kiyomizu-dera is a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, a major attraction to the city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Not one nail was used in building the entire temple. It takes its name from the waterfall in the hills nearby, the water itself being sacred - In Japanese Kiyomizu means clear water or pure water.
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Kiyomizu Temple in Autumn; Kiyomizu-dera is a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, a major attraction to the city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Not one nail was used in building the entire temple. It takes its name from the waterfall in the hills nearby, the water itself being sacred - In Japanese Kiyomizu means clear water or pure water.