geographical name group of over 200 islets Japan off N Honshu NE of Sendai

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  • Matsushima —   [ ʃi ], ein Archipel aus 249 mit Kiefern bewachsenen Inseln (meist aus Tuff und weißem Sandstein) in der gleichnamigen Bucht vor der nördlichen Ostküste von Honshū, Japan; gehört zu den von den Japanern am meisten gerühmten Landschaften …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Matsushima — This article is about one of the Three Views of Japan. For other uses, including the town in this region, see Matsushima (disambiguation). One of the Four great views of Matsushima, the Magnificent View …   Wikipedia

  • Matsushima — Der Begriff Matsushima bezeichnet: Matsushima (Inseln), eine Ansammlung von rund 260 Inseln in der Matsushima Bucht und eine der Drei schönsten Landschaften Japans Matsushima (Miyagi), eine Stadt in der japanischen Präfektur Miyagi Matsushima… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Matsushima — 38°22′N 141°05′E / 38.367, 141.083 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Matsushima — Original name in latin Matsushima Name in other language Macusima, Matsushima, Matsusima, matsushima, song dao, Мацусима State code JP Continent/City Asia/Tokyo longitude 38.37357 latitude 141.06105 altitude 20 Population 16363 Date 2012 02 02 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Matsushima (1892) — Matsushima El crucero protegido Matsushima. Banderas …   Wikipedia Español

  • Matsushima (Miyagi) — Matsushima chō 松島町 Geographische Lage in Japan …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Matsushima (disambiguation) — Matsushima is a common name in Japan. It can refer to any of the following: Locations Matsushima – a scenic coastal area, notable for being one of the three views of Japan Matsushima, Miyagi – The town in northern Japan Matsushima Station and… …   Wikipedia

  • Matsushima Station — (松島駅) is a railway station located on the JR Tōhoku Main Line in Matsushima, Miyagi. Contents 1 Line …   Wikipedia

  • Matsushima Air Field — 松島飛行場 Matsushima Hikōjō IATA: none – ICAO: RJST Summary …   Wikipedia

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