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Songkwangsa Temple
Korea

목조문화재가 많은 사찰로 경내에는 약 80여 동의 건물과 부도·비석 등이 있다. 16국사의 영정을 봉안하는 국사전 등의 국보 4점을 비롯하여 하사당, 약사전, 영산전 등 보물 13점, 천연기념물인 쌍향수 등 국가문화재 17점과 정혜국사사리합 등 지방문화재 10점을 포함, 모두 27점의 문화재가 보존되어 있다. 대웅전을 중심으로 좌우에 승보전과 지장전이 자리하고 있어 장엄한 기상을 나타낸다.

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Copyright: Min heo
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Caricate: 27/03/2013
Aggiornato: 30/09/2014
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