Monday, November 18, 2019

Tōdai-ji Temple in Japan

By Seif Kamel
   Tōdai-ji is one of the most impressive and significantly important
Buddhist temples in Japan. Situated at the city of Nara, it was
constructed during the 8 th century AD. Today, many tourists who
travel to Japan are keen to explore the temple.
   Among the unparalleled features of the Temple of Tōdai-ji in Nara
is that it hosts the largest statue of Buddha made out of bronze in
the whole globe. It is also included in the UNESCO World
Heritage sites.
   Another important characteristics of the Tōdai-ji Temple is the two
impressive pagodas that flank over the entrance. There are also
several features that date to ancient times and one which were
constructed after the Nara Period. Several travel packages to Japan
would commonly include a visit to the temple.

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