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Seven-story Stone Pagoda
Seven-story Stone Pagoda in Tappyeong-ri, Chungju  also called the Jungang Pagoda (Central Pagoda), is a 14.5 meter tall stone pagoda near the Namhan River in North Chungcheong Province, South Korea. It is the tallest stone pagoda of the Later Silla period. 
The stone pagoda is estimated to have been built during the reign of King Wonseong in the 8th century, and it has a style which was typical of the Later Silla period.
Issued Country Korea
Issued Year 1978
Category Buddhist Architect Buddhist Symbol Buddhist Arts
Type Postage Stamps
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