The Kii Mountain Range is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Wakayama, Nara, and Mie prefectures of Japan. It includes three sacred sites, which are considered to be the spiritual heart of Japan: Yoshino-Omine, Kumano Sanzan, and Koyasan. The Kii Mountain Range encompasses a diverse range of landscapes, including dense forests, rugged mountains, and tranquil coasts. It also features several pilgrimage routes, hot springs, and sacred shrines and temples. The area has been a place of worship for over 1,000 years and is considered to be one of the most important spiritual and cultural sites in Japan. The Kii Mountain Range is known for its unique blend of Shinto, Buddhism, and mountain worship traditions, and is considered to be a symbol of Japan’s religious and cultural heritage.

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