Bunhwangsa temple complex dates from the Silla era and is located in Gyeongju, South Korea. Constructed in the style of those in Tang China, Silla architects used stones cut like brick. Only three tiers of the pagoda remain, however ancient records state the pagoda stood nine stories tall. Lanterns in honor Buddha's birthday hang in the background.
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