Shuri Castle (Japanese: uri, English: Shuri Castle) is a Ryukyu castle east of Shuri City in the southern part of the Ryukyu Islands in the Ryukyu Islands. It was built from the end of the 13th century to the beginning of the 14th century. Shuri Castle was once the capital of the Ryukyu Kingdom and the seat of the royal palace. At that time, the Ryukyu King handled national affairs, met with envoys and held important celebrations. Shuri Castle was burned and rebuilt several times. The current Shuri Castle is a Tang Dynasty style building with replicas of the prototypes after World War II. Unlike the traditional Japanese city, Shuri Castle is similar in architecture to the architecture of southern Anhui. A closer look reveals that the dragon in the building of Shuri Castle appeared in the image of (four claws, second to the emperor's five-jawed dragon), which is probably because of the fact that the croquet was China's dictatorship. Here is a higher place, you can also take pictures of Naha City. If you go in, you still have to buy tickets. The price of more than ten yuan is not expensive, but the time is a bit tight, and rice has gone in.
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