List of Buddhist temples
This is a list of Buddhist temples, monasteries, stupas, and pagodas for which there are Wikipedia articles, sorted by location.
List of Buddhist temples - Wikipedia
List of Buddhist architecture in China
Buddhist temples, monasteries, pagodas, grottoes, archaeological sites and colossal statues in China.
List of Buddhist architecture in China - Wikipedia
Candi of Indonesia
Candi ([tʃandi]) are the Hindu and Buddhist temples and sanctuaries of Indonesia, mostly built during the 8th to 15th centuries. However, ancient non-religious structures such as gates, urban ruins, a...
Candi of Indonesia - Wikipedia
Buddhist temples in Japan
Along with Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples in Japan are considered by everyone to be among the most numerous, famous and important religious buildings. The Japanese word for a Buddhist temple is tera...
Buddhist temples in Japan - Wikipedia
List of Buddhist temples in Mongolia
This is a list of Buddhist temples in Mongolia:
List of sanghas in San Diego County, California
This is a list of sanghas and Buddhist temples in San Diego County, California, which corresponds to the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area. Both major branches of Buddhism, T...
Japanese Buddhist architecture
Japanese Buddhist architecture is the architecture of Buddhist temples in Japan, consisting of locally developed variants of architectural styles born in China. After Buddhism arrived the continent vi...
Japanese Buddhist architecture - Wikipedia
Seven-storied stone pagoda in Tap-pyeong-ri
Seven storied stone pagoda in Tap-pyeong-ri (hangul: 충주 탑평리 칠층석탑) is a 14.5 meter tall stone pagodaat the bank of Namhan River in North Chungcheong Province, South Korea.
Most probably it was buil...
Seven-storied stone pagoda in Tap-pyeong-ri - Wikipedia
Gompas, or gönpas, (Tibetan: དགོན་པ།, Wylie: dgon pa), also known as a ling (Wylie: gling), are Buddhist ecclesiastical fortifications of learning, lineage and sādhanā that may be understood ...
Gompa - Wikipedia
Khmer architecture
The period of Angkor is the period from approximately the latter half of the 8th century AD to the first half of the 15th century. If precise dates are required, the beginning may be set in 802 AD, wh...
Khmer architecture - Wikipedia