East Asia Mapping Project (Toji Temple ( ( Kyoto Temple ), The Toji temple…
East Asia Mapping Project
The Toji temple is located in Kyoto Japan. (East Asia)
Founded in 796 AD
It connects to what we have learned, because it is a Buddhist temple, and Buddism is one of the religions we have learned about.
Was one of three Buddhist temples allowed in the city at the time.
Tokyo is the capital of Japan, and is a huge city of 9.27 million people
Tokyo was formerly known as “Edo”, but the name was changed to Tokyo in 1890 in light of the Meiji Restoration.
Tokyo is located on the island Honshu
The Forbidden City is a palace complex in central Beijing, China
Was the former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty
It was built from 1406–1420
The Forbidden City is around 1,600,000 feet squared in size
The Yangtze river is the largest river in all of Asia, and is the largest river in the world to be completely in one country.
The Yangtze river is located in China.
The Yangtze is around 3,915 miles long.
The river's source is Qinghai lake, and the mouth of the river is in the East China Sea.
Southeast Asia Mapping Project
Malaysia is in Southeast Asia and is on both Borneo and the Malay peninsula
It is the only country in Southeast Asia that is both on an island and on the mainland
The Federation of Malaya became an independent country on 31 August 1957
Angkor Wat is a huge Hindu temple complex in Cambodia
It is the largest religious monument in the world
It was originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire
Hinduism is one of the many religions we studied
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City (also known as Saigon) is located in southern Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City has many French colonial landmarks, including the Notre-Dame Cathedral of Saigon
The Cu Chi tunnels are a network of tunnels that were used by the North Vietnamese to raid the south
Borneo is an island that is part of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei
Borneo is home to Southeast Asia's tallest mountain, Mount Kinabalu
Borneo is mainly owned by Indonesia, and a country that we studied during our Southeast Asia unit
Borneo is home to 15,000 different species of plants
It is located off the coast of Southeast Asia by the Malay Peninsula
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