Sanjusangendo, Kyoto

이 불전은 33 칸으로 만들어져 있는 매우 큰 규모의 건물이다. 천수관음을 모시는 사찰로 본당안에는 1001개의 황금빛 천수관음이 나란히 도열하고 있다. 중앙에는 높이 3.4m 규모의 천수관음좌상을 안치해 놓았고, 그 좌우로 관음상을 각각 500구씩 나누어 안치하였다. 영롱한 빛을 발하는 불상을 일일이 손으로 깍고 다듬어 마치 살아있는 인간처럼 우아한 기품이 난다. 그밖에도 여러가지 국보급 조각들이 전시되어 있다. 사진촬영금지

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Uploaded: 29/04/2010
Updated: 26/02/2012


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