Pagoda
A pagoda is a tiered tower with multiple eaves, built in traditions originating in historic East Asia or with respect to those traditions, common to Nepal, India, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Burma a...
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Chinese pagoda
Chinese pagodas (Chinese: 塔; pinyin: Tǎ) are a traditional part of Chinese architecture. In addition to religious use, since ancient times Chinese pagodas have been praised for the spectacula...
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Ayuwang Pagoda
The Ayuwang Pagoda (Chinese: 阿育王塔; pinyin: A Yu Wang Tǎ) of Daixian, Shanxi province, China, is a pagoda first built during the Sui Dynasty in 601. During the next six hundred years it was destroyed t...
Gorintō
Gorintō (五輪塔) ("five-ringed tower") is the name of a Japanese type of Buddhist pagoda believed to have been first adopted by the Shingon and Tendai sects during the mid Heian period. It is used fo...
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Negoro-ji
The Negoro-ji (根来寺) complex of Buddhist temples stands on the side of, and is surrounded by, the sacred peaks of the Katsuragi Mountains which dominate the horizon at the northern end of the city ...
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Palsangjeon
Palsangjeon (Hall of Eight Pictures) is a worship hall found on a Korean Buddhist temple complex that contains the "Palsang", the series of painted murals depicting the eight stages in the life of the...
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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...
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Hti
Hti (Burmese: ထီး; MLCTS: hti:, [tʰí]; Mon: ဍိုၚ် [daŋ]; Shan: ထီး [tʰi˦]) is the name of the finial ornament that tops almost all pagodas in Myanmar (Burma). Hti is also a Burmese language word m...
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Nepal Peace Pagoda
The Nepal Peace Pagoda in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, is located at the transformed Brisbane World Expo '88 site, South Bank Parklands. It is one of the most significant heritage items in Brisban...
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Godalsa
Godalsa temple(in Hangul:고달사, in Hanja:高達寺) is an old temple located in currently Yeoju County, Gyeonggi Province of South Korea. The old site of the temple is registered as the historic spot no.382.T...
Wongaksa Pagoda
Wongaksa Pagoda is a twelve metre high ten storey marble pagoda in the center of Seoul, South Korea. It was constructed in 1467 to form part of Wongak-sa temple, that King Sejo had founded two years b...
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Zentsū-ji
The Byōbuura Gogakusan Tanjō-in Zentsū-ji (屏風浦五岳山誕生院善通寺) is a temple of the Shingon sect in Zentsūji, Kagawa, Japan. It was established by Zentsū Saeki, the father of Kūkai, in 813. The East Acade...
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Mireuksa
Mireuksa was the largest Buddhist temple in the ancient Korean kingdom of Baekje. The temple was established in 602, by King Mu and is located 36.012083 N, 127.031028 E. This place depends nowadays fr...
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Cloud Platform at Juyongguan
116°04′05″E / 40.289°N 116.068°E / 40.289; 116.068The Cloud Platform at Juyongguan (simplified Chinese: 居庸关云台; traditional Chinese: 居庸關雲臺; pinyin: Jūyōngguān Yúntá...
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Baochu Pagoda
120°8′37″E / 30.26333°N 120.14361°E / 30.26333; 120.14361Baochu Pagoda (Chinese: 保俶塔; pinyin: Bǎochù tǎ) is a pagoda in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China. Known as on...
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Songyue Pagoda
The Songyue Pagoda (Chinese: 嵩岳寺塔 sōng-yuè sì-tǎ), constructed in 523 AD, is located at the Songyue Monastery on Mount Song, in Henan province, China. Built during the Northern Wei Dynasty, this pagod...
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San Francisco Peace Pagoda
The Peace Pagoda is a five-tiered concrete stupa between Post and Geary Streets at Buchanan in San Francisco's Nihonmachi (Japantown). The Pagoda, located in the northeastern corner of Peace Plaza bet...
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Pagoda (Reading, Pennsylvania)
The Pagoda is a novelty building, built atop the south end of Mount Penn overlooking Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. It has been a symbol of the city for more than a century.
Completed in 19...
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Shanti Stupa
Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist white-domed stupa (chorten) on a hilltop in Chanspa, Leh district, Ladakh, in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It was built in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu...
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Chigang Pagoda
Chigang Pagoda (Chinese: 赤岗塔; pinyin: Chìgǎng tǎ; literally: ""Red mound pagoda"") is a famous pagoda located in Haizhu District, Guangzhou, China.
Chigang Pagoda was built in 1619, du...
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Five Pagoda Temple
The name Five Pagoda Temple (Chinese: 五塔寺; pinyin: Wǔ Tǎ Sì) refers to several temples in China that were constructed following the architectural design of a "diamond throne pagoda" inspired b...
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Yakushi-ji
Yakushi-ji (薬師寺) is one of the most famous imperial and ancient Buddhist temples in Japan, that was once one of the powerful Seven Great Temples, located in Nara. The temple is the headquarters ...
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Japanese Pagoda (Washington, D.C.)
The Japanese Pagoda is a stone statue in West Potomac Park, Washington, D.C.It is located next to the Tidal Basin, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.The statue was a gift by the mayor of Yoko...
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Gyeongcheonsa Pagoda
Gyeongcheonsa Pagoda is National Treasure of Korea No. 86. It was designated by the South Korean government on December 20, 1962. An inscription on the first story of the pagoda states that it was e...
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Hōkyōintō
A hōkyōintō (宝篋印塔) is a Japanese pagoda, so called because it originally contained the Hōkyōin (宝篋印) dharani (陀羅尼) sūtra. A Chinese variant of the Indian stūpa, it was originally conceived...
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Seokgatap
Seokgatap (Sakyamuni Pagoda) is a stone pagoda in South Korea designated as the 21st National Treasure on December 12, 1962. Its full name is Sakyamuni Yeoraesangjuseolbeop Tap, and is sometimes refe...
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Haotian Pagoda
116°09′16″E / 39.7351°N 116.1545°E / 39.7351; 116.1545Haotian Pagoda (Chinese: 昊天塔; pinyin: Haòtiāntá; also known as Liangxiang Pagoda, 良乡塔) is a pavilion-style tower ...
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