Horyuji Temple (The oldest wooden architecture in the world)

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Main hall South gate Central gate Vajradhara Wooden Singh
Saien-do Sankyo-hall Yumedono Bell house East gate

Horyuji temple, founded by Prince Syotoku during the early seventh century, still proudly displays its main buildings which are the oldest examples of wooden architucture in the world. Horyuji temple was registed as part of World Cultural Heritage.

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