Kongobu-ji, Mount Koya.

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Mark Cartwright
by 663highland
published on 01 June 2017

The Kondo or Main Hall of the Kongobu-ji Shingon Buddhist temple complex at Mount Koya, Japan. The site was founded by Kukai in 819 CE and the present version of the Main Hall dates to 1932 CE.

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