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Kiyomizu-dera (or Kiyomizudera; Japanese: 清水寺) refers to several Buddhist temples but most commonly to Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera (音羽山清水寺) in Eastern Kyoto, and…

In the southern part of Laos are the 4000 islands. Laos has no coastline but the Mekong runs the length of the country and in the south bordering Cambodia,…

Inside the Royal Palace Museum compound in Luang Prabang there was a smaller building housing a number of buddhas and a kind of boat. But it was on the way out…

Longshan Temple in the centre of Taipei dates back to the 18th century and as the legend goes, is built on the site where a man hung an amulet belonging to…

While taking this photograph [photoblog.com], sitting next to me on the stone steps was this monk, oblivious to everyone, praying or meditating with his…

In some places you visit, you get a feeling of a sense of harmony between nature and architecture. This pagoda from Hsiangte temple in the Taroko Gorge sits…

i found these buddhist monk's prayer mill in hat yai [en.wikipedia.org], thailand, a very long time ago. they even then looked like the hadn't been actively…

Bells and dorjes are used in many Tibetan Buddhist rituals. The bell symbolizes the feminine principle, the wisdom of emptiness, while the dorje, or vajra,…

Borobudur temple is one of the largest Buddhist temple built in 9th century located majestically on the top of the hill and covers enormous areas of…

its been a while but glad to be back :) Here some pictures of Borobudur taken recently and this time it was decided that we were not went directly to Borobudur,…
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