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A Temple Site at Bomun-ri, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbukdo, Korea 

The Stones were Flagpole Supports mainly in front of a Buddhist Temple. 


photo by Seyun Oh 

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  1. 오버타임 2018.01.25 10:21 신고

    멋집니다~~!!!

Photo by Seyun Oh


Hwangnyongsa, or Hwangnyong Temple (also spelled Hwangryongsa) is the name of a former Buddhist temple in the city of Gyeongju, South Korea. Completed in the 7th century, the enormous 9-story structure was built entirely with wood with interlocking design with no iron nails. It had a standing total height of 80 m (262ft), making it the tallest structure in East Asia and the tallest wooden structure in the world at the time of its construction. It was the center of state-sponsored Buddhism during the Silla and Unified Silla eras which were cultural beacons of Buddhism during its time.[1] Its name means "Golden/Yellow Dragon Temple" or "Emperor/Imperial Dragon Temple."[1] Archaeological excavations and other scientific studies of the temple began in April 1976 (OCPRI[clarification needed] 1984) and continue today.


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