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Yongmyongsa

Betascript Publishing (02-08-2010 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-2-14699-1

ISBN-10:
6132146997
EAN:
9786132146991
Langue du livre:
Anglais
texte du rabat:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yŏngmyŏng Temple was a Korean Buddhist temple located at the foot of Moranbong hill in Pyongyang, North Korea. Prior to its destruction in the Korean war, it was the largest and most important center of Buddhist worship in that city. Though it is unknown when the temple was founded, popular tales date it to the end of the Koguryo kingdom. The temple was completely rebuilt under the Yi dynasty. Under the Japanese occupation of Korea, the temple became a major tourist site in Pyongyang it was renowned for its beautiful riverside location and many cherry trees. In the 1920s it again underwent an extensive restoration funded by the Japanese government, who also officially changed its name to its Japanese pronunciation, "Eimei-ji". During that time, the temple was also confiscated from by the government, and given for use as a headquarters for the Rinzai sect of Japanese Zen buddhism. The Rinzai monks were tasked with converting the citizens away from traditional Korean buddhism as part of a government program to replace the old Korean culture with that of modern Japan.
Maison d'édition:
Betascript Publishing
Site Web:
https://www.betascript-publishing.com/
Edité par:
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken
Numéro de pages:
128
Publié le:
02-08-2010
Stock:
Disponible
Catégorie:
Autres religions
Prix:
45.00 €
Mots-clés:
Korean Buddhist Temple, Moranbong, Pyongyang, Buddhist, Koguryo

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