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Non-denominational, bilingual congregation in Omura.
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History of Nagasaki Catholicism from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
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Documents the history of the foreign settlements in Nagasaki. List of residents with details and descriptions of places. By Brian Burke-Gaffney of the Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science (served by Wayback Machine).
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Guide to this island offshore from Nagasaki Prefecture, with location, geography, lifestyle, ferry information, and local games.
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Contains guide to rooms, restaurants and bars, wedding hall, facilities, and access.
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Education
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Features courses and electives, annual events, clubs, pictures, and uniform.
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Education
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Located in Kitamatsuura-gun. Consists of elementary and junior high school, with pages by students, pen pal page, guide to Mushima Island,
Features university introduction, organization, access, research activities, international exchange, and university features.
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Government
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With Nagasaki trade directory, international plaza, tourism information, and maps.
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City Guides
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Huis Ten Bosch (ハウステンボス, Hausu Ten Bosu) is a theme park in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan, which recreates the Netherlands by displaying life-sized copies of old Dutch buildings. The name Huis Ten Bosch translates into English as "House at the Woods/bush". It i
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