KYOTO
Kyoto is one of the oldest municipalities in Japan, and in AD 794, it was chosen as the new seat of Japan’s Imperial Court. Kyoto remained the capital of Japan until 1889 when Tokyo replaced it. Kyoto was spared from destruction during World War II, and most of its cultural heritage has been preserved. Currently home to 3.8 million residents, Kyoto remains the cultural capital of Japan and a significant tourist destination.

Beno Saradzic

Print Only: $7,500.00
Framed Print: $7,853.04
Print Size: 2203x700 mm
Frame Size: 2400x900 mm
Paper Type: Canson® Infinity Baryta Prestige 340gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS BS 330 02

 

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KYOTO

Fine-Art Limited Edition Archival Giclee Digital Print
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Kyoto is one of the oldest municipalities in Japan, and in AD 794, it was chosen as the new seat of Japan’s Imperial Court. Kyoto remained the capital of Japan until 1889 when Tokyo replaced it. Kyoto was spared from destruction during World War II, and most of its cultural heritage has been preserved. Currently home to 3.8 million residents, Kyoto remains the cultural capital of Japan and a significant tourist destination.

Photographer:
Beno Saradzic

Print Only: $7,500.00

Framed Print: $7,853.04

Print Size: 2203x700 mm

Frame Size: 2400x900 mm

Exhibit: POS BS 330 02

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