Bulguksa

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Bulguksa is a Buddhist temple in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. It is home to seven National treasures of South Korea, including Dabotap and Seokgatap stone pagodas, Cheongun-gyo (Blue Cloud Bridge), and two gilt-bronze statues of Buddha. The temple is classified as Historic and Scenic Site No. 1 by the South Korean government.[1] In 1995, Bulguksa was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List together with the Seokguram Grotto, which lies four kilometers to the east.

The temple is considered as a masterpiece of the golden age of Buddhist art in the Silla kingdom. It is currently

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Cheongungyo and Baegungyo[edit]

English: Cheongungyo (lit. "blue cloud bridge") Baegungyo (lit. "white cloud bridge"), both of which are designated as "the 23rd National Treasure of South Korea".
한국어: 청운교백운교, 국보 제 23호

Daeungjeon[edit]

English: Daeungjeon
한국어: 대웅전 (大雄殿)

Museoljeon[edit]

English: Museoljeon
한국어: 무설전 (無說殿)

Birojeon[edit]

English: Birojeon
한국어: 비로전

Geukrakjeon[edit]

English: Geukrakjeon
한국어: 극락전

Gwaneumjeon[edit]

English: Gwaneumjeon
한국어: 관음전

Nahanjeon[edit]

English: Nahanjeon
한국어: 나한전

Corridors[edit]

English: Corridors
한국어: 불국사내의 통로

Dabotap[edit]

Info in Korean

English: Dabotap
한국어: 불국사다보탑 (佛國寺多寶塔)

Seokgatap[edit]

English: Seokgatap
한국어: 석가탑

Banya yeonji[edit]

English: Banya yeonji
한국어: 반야연지

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