Horyuji 法隆寺

  • Published on : 08/01/2015
  • by : J.L.T.B.
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Temple of the Flourishing Law

Nara's Horyuji, located in Ikaruga, is a vast place of worship amid the pine trees, and houses the oldest recorded wooden buildings in the world. It remains the oldest temple in Japan!


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