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Tourists often document their Mount Fuji trips online; these accounts often include photographs of Kongo canes. Their canes are covered with red Yaki-in stamps, which they paid for at each trailhead. The owner of this cane ventured as far as the eighth station (Ta 2020).

Tourists often document their Mount Fuji trips online; these accounts often include photographs of Kongo canes. Their canes are covered with red Yaki-in stamps, which they paid for at each trailhead. The owner of this cane ventured as far as the eighth station (Ta 2020).

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This paper explores the reciprocal relationship between landscape, human attention, and time. It presents two sacred landscapes: Epidaurus and Nemea, located in the northeastern Greek Peloponnese. In both landscapes, worshipers created sanctuaries on prominent mountains. Eventually, their attention shifted downhill where they built larger, monument...

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... recreational and religious landscapes are woven together, so much so that modern pilgrimage maps also mark bus stops, convenience stores, and scenic locations good for photographs (Figure 2). Tourists purchase Kongo canes and carry them up the mountain; at every trail station, they pay a small fee for a red Yaki-in stamp (Figure 3). Tourists mirror the same sort of exchange as Fujiko proxies: as they climb they take photographs so they can share their pathways and views with family and friends. ...
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... Ilias Katsingri is 18 km west of Mount Kynortion; this hill is much smaller, but quite steep. There is a noticeable rocky outcrop on the summit ( Figure 13). Here, Bronze Age worshipers would practice in a large and open courtyard. ...

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