Heijō-kyō ruins
Traditional site of Kusuba-no-Miya Palace in Osaka Prefecture
1/1000 scale model of Heijō-kyō, held by Nara City Hall
1/1000 scale model of Fujiwara-kyō, held by Kashihara-shi Fujiwara-kyō reference room
Groundplan of Heijō-kyō
1/1000 scale model of Heijō-kyō, held by Nara City Hall
Closer map of the major sites of Heijō-kyō
1/1000 scale model of Heian-kyō, held by Kyoto City Heiankyo Sosei-Kan Museum
Satellite view of Heijō-kyō site (平城宮趾)
Miniature model of the Heijō Palace
The Daigokuden, the main building to Heijo Palace
The Suzakumon, the main entrance to Heijo Palace

Heijō-kyō (平城京) was the Capital of Japan during most of the Nara period, from 710–40 and again from 745–84.

- Heijō-kyō

Heijō-kyō (Heijō Palace), 710–740 in the reigns of Empress Genmei, Empress Genshō, and Emperor Shōmu

- Capital of Japan
Heijō-kyō ruins

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