Main Pagoda, Kofukuji

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Mark Cartwright
by 663highland
published on 21 June 2017
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The main pagoda of the Buddhist Kofukuji temple complex in Nara, Japan. Today's 50-metre high structure dates to 1426 CE, built after a fire destroyed several of its predecessors, the first of which was built in 725 CE.

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