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Three Storied Stone Pagoda At Yongjangsavalley Of Mt Namsan In Gyeongju

This is wide known as the place where Kim Siseup (1435 - 93) wrote Geumosinhwa, or New Tales of Geumo, which is regarded as Korea's first novel.

At present there remain several stone embankments, which says this place is a site of temple.

This tower stands at the high ridges of the mountain chain stretched to the east, which surrounds the Yongjangsa Temple.

The top ornament was lost so it's hard to imagine what the original form was and the hole to fix the iron pole just remains. The tower fallen was rebuilt in 1922 but the tool for sarira had been lost a long ago.

The well-proportioned parts are so beautiful and the balance around the surroundings is picturesque.

It is a representative work in the late Silla Era.

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Copyright: Seungsang Yoo(유승상)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 07/10/2007
Uploadet: 13/02/2009
Opdateret: 28/02/2015


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