Muryangsujeon, Buseoksa, Korea

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Mark Cartwright
by ko:Excretion
published on 07 September 2016
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The Muryangsujeon (Murangsu-jŏn) hall, part of the Buseoksa temple complex, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, South Korea. Buddhist temples were first constructed at the site in the 7th century CE but the hall dates to the Goryeo (Koryo) period (918-1392 CE). It is one of the oldest wooden structures in Korea.

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