Exterior, Seokguram Grotto


Mark Cartwright
by elmoberg
published on 03 October 2016
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The exterior of the Seokguram Grotto, a Buddhist cave temple constructed during the Unified Silla Period (668-935 CE) of ancient Korea. It is located near the Bulguksa Temple on Mt. Toham at the ancient Silla capital of Geumseong (modern Gyeongju).

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