A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth
A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth
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A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth
A Japanese military facility on the northern tip of Tsushima Island. The island is just 50 km from the coast of South Korea and its strategic position and natural defences have long made it an important naval outpost for Japan. Photo: Google Earth
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