Shitennoji Temple 四天王寺

  • Published on : 22/01/2015
  • by : G.L.M.
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Quatre rois et un prince

Il était une fois un prince. Séduit par une nouvellereligion, le bouddhisme, venue de Chine, il la défendit corps et âme durant uneguerre qui secoua tout le pays. Puis, une fois la victoire venue, il décida deconstruire un temple magnifique. Cet homme ? Le prince Shôtoku-Taishi. Cetemple ? Le Shitennôji.


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