Ancient Todaiji Temple, Nara, considered to be the world’s largest wooden building.

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Ancient Todaiji Temple, Nara, considered to be the world’s largest wooden building.
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Todaiji temple, built in A.D.607, the world’s largest wooden building, in the ancient Japanese capital of Nara, containing a 16.2-meter ‘Daibutsu’ statue of the Buddha. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Location: Nara, Japan.

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