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Yeongamsa Temple Site
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Yeongamsa Temple Site

사적 제131호.1964년 지정. 면적 3,812m2. 경남 서부의 가야산과 지리산을 연결하는 중간 지점의 황매산(黃梅山) 남쪽 기슭에 있으며, 영암사라는 절 이름도 주민들 사이에서 구전되어 오지만 자세한 연혁은 전하지 않는다. 다만 서울대학교 도서관에 탁본으로 남아 전하는 <적연국사자광탑비(寂然國師慈光塔碑)>(1023년 건립)의 비문을 통하여 고려시대 이곳에 영암사가 있었음을 알 수 있다.

Copyright: Lee Hui Jeong
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Caricate: 09/09/2009
Aggiornato: 08/04/2012
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