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Horyu-ji Temple, Horyu-ji Sannai, Ikaruga-cho, Nara Prefecture: the western precinct with the pagodo (Goju-no-To) to the left and the main hall (Kondo) on the right

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NOTES: Founded in the 7th century the Horyu-ji Buddhist Temple is considered to be one of the oldest extant wooden buildings in the world. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. A massive restoration programme was begun in 1934 and not completed until 1985. The temple complex is made of two areas, the Sai-in in the west and the To-in in the east. It also encompasses a five-storey pagoda and the main hall, known as the Kondo, both located in the western half of the complex.

Horyu-ji Temple, Horyu-ji Sannai, Ikaruga-cho, Nara Prefecture: the western precinct with the main hall (Kondo) in the foregroung and the pagoda (Goju-no-To) in the background

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NOTES: Founded in the 7th century the Horyu-ji Buddhist Temple is considered to be one of the oldest extant wooden buildings in the world. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. A massive restoration programme was begun in 1934 and not completed until 1985. The temple complex is made of two areas, the Sai-in in the west and the To-in in the east. It also encompasses a five-storey pagoda and the main hall, known as the Kondo, both located in the western half of the complex.

Horyu-ji Temple, Horyu-ji Sannai, Ikaruga-cho, Nara Prefecture: western precinct, looking from the Great Lecture Hall (Daikodo), with the main hall (Kondo) on the left, the pagoda (Goju-no-To) on the right and the Great South Gate (Nandaimon) in the centre background

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NOTES: Founded in the 7th century the Horyu-ji Buddhist Temple is considered to be one of the oldest extant wooden buildings in the world. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. A massive restoration programme was begun in 1934 and not completed until 1985. The temple complex is made of two areas, the Sai-in in the west and the To-in in the east. It also encompasses a five-storey pagoda and the main hall, known as the Kondo, both located in the western half of the complex.

Kofukuji Temple, Nara, Japan, with the Eastern Golden Hall in the foreground and the five-storey pagoda in the background

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NOTES: The buddhist temple complex dates back to 669-730 and has been rebuilt several times over the centuries, the five-storey pagoda in 1426, the Eastern Golden Hall in 1411. The most recent reconstruction was the Central Golden Hall in 2018.

Kofukuji Temple, Nara, Japan: the five-storey pagoda

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NOTES: The buddhist temple complex dates back to 669-730 and has been rebuilt several times over the centuries, the five-storey pagoda in 1426, the Eastern Golden Hall in 1411. The most recent reconstruction was the Central Golden Hall in 2018.
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