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Soraku District, Kyoto

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Soraku District, Kyoto

Sōraku (相楽郡 Sōraku-gun?) is a district in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

As of 2007, the district had an estimated population of 44,982 and a density of 252.27 persons per km². The total area is 178.31 km².

Towns and villages

Former towns

The following towns merged to create the new city of Kizugawa on March 12, 2007.

Coordinates: 34°46′08″N 135°57′40″E / 34.769°N 135.961°E / 34.769; 135.961

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