Vista do templo Horyu-ji, no Japão (foto: Wikimedia/Skyscanner) - Fornecido por Viagem em Pauta
Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area
UNESCO World Heritage Site #16: Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area
Buddhist Monuments in the Horvu-ii Area, Japan~ Of the nearly 48 monuments, several date from the late 7th or early 8th century, making them some of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in the world. These masterpieces of wooden architecture are important not only for the history of art, since they illustrate the adaptation of Chinese Buddhist architecture and layout to Japanese culture, but also for the history of religion, since their construction coincided with the introduction of Bu...
日本の世界遺産 法隆寺地域の仏教建造物 1993年12月 文化遺産登録 奈良県
Japon 02 Monumentos budistas de la región de Horyu-ji Los monumentos budistas de la zona de Horyu-ji, situada en la prefectura de Nara, suman 48 en total. Construidas hacia finales del siglo VII o principios del VIII, algunas de las edificaciones de este sitio figuran entre las construcciones de madera más antiguas conservadas hasta la fecha en el mundo.
World Heritage Site 法隆寺 (Horyu-ji Temple) in 斑鳩町, 奈良県
法隆寺 / Buddhist Monuments in the Horyu-ji Area
Japanese Temples - Horyu-ji
Horyu-ji Temple is also called Ikaruga-dera Temple, as it is located in Ikaruga-cho in the northwestern part of Nara Prefecture. It is inscribed as a World Cultural Heritage Site as the world's oldest existing wooden structure. It was founded by a group of people that included Prince Shotoku, a son of the Emperor Yomei, in dedication to his father in the early 7th century. It is said that it was burned down once, but then reconstructed by the early 8th century.