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Woljeonsa'a Octagonal Nine Storey Stone Pagoda
Woljeonsa'a Octagonal Nine Storey Stone Pagoda, called the Sari-pagoda (relic pagoda) believed to have been constructed in the 10th century, is a multi-angled stone pagoda  and is representative of the multi-storied pagodas popular during the Goryo Period, especially in the northern regions of Korea.
The presently exposed stone base is not the original, with the original now being below the surface. A flat stone base has been laid over the original base and is carved with lotus flowers and other images.
Issued Country Korea
Issued Year 1978
Category Buddhist Architect Buddhist Symbol Buddhist Arts
Type Postage Stamps
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