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  1. Minami (南区, Minami-ku) is one of the eleven wards in the city of Kyoto, in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Its name means "South Ward." It was established in 1955 when it was separated from Shimogyo-ku. As of April, 2016 the ward has an estimated population of 100,781 people. The Kamo River and the Katsura River flow through the district.

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  2. Minami (南区 Minami-ku) adalah satu dari sebelas distrik kota di kota Kyōto, Prefektur Kyōto, Jepang . Distrik kota ini didirikan pada tahun 1955 ketika distrik kota ini dimekarkan dari Shimogyo-ku. Distrik kota ini dialiri oleh Sungai Kamo dan Sungai Katsura. Distrik kota ini adalah rumah bagi beberapa tempat-tempat bersejarah dan kuil-kuil.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Minami-kuMinami-ku - Wikipedia

    Minami-ku. Minami ku (南区) is the name of several wards located in various cities in Japan. The name literally translated to Southern District, and hence it is a very common ward name. Minami-ku of Osaka merged with Higashi ward and is now part of the ward Chūō-ku.

  4. Usage on fi.wikipedia.org Minami-ku (Kioto) Usage on fr.wikipedia.org Minami-ku (Kyoto) Usage on id.wikipedia.org Minami-ku, Kyōto; Usage on ko.wikipedia.org 미나미구 (교토시) Usage on th.wikipedia.org แขวงมินามิ (เกียวโต) Usage on uk.wikipedia.org Район Мінамі (Кіото) Usage on www ...

  5. Media in category "Minami-ku, Kyoto" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Minami-ku in Kyoto City.svg 460 × 812; 10 KB.

  6. Minami Ku (subdistrito sa Hapon, Kyōto-fu) Gikan sa Wikipedia, ang gawasnong ensiklopedya Paghimo ni bot Lsjbot. Alang sa ubang mga dapit sa mao gihapon nga ngalan, tan-awa ang Minami Ku. Subdistrito ang Minami Ku ( Hinapones: 南区, みなみく) sa Hapon.

  7. The municipality was established on September 1, 1955, when it was separated from Shimogyō-ku. geography. Minami-ku is roughly bounded by the Kamo Rivers in the east and Katsura in the west, Hachijō Street and the JR Kyoto Railway Line in the north and the Meishin Highway in the south.

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