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Yongyeonsa Temple

  • Yongyeonsa Temple (title image)
  • Yongyeonsa Temple (first image)
  • Yongyeonsa Temple (second image)
Intro :
Yongyeonsa Temple was founded by the high Buddhist teacher, Boyangguksa, in 912 AD and rebuilt by Cheonildaesa in 1419. However, most parts of the temple were destroyed and the existing 17 buildings were rebuilt again in 1728. The temple contains some cultural assets including stupas and stone pagodas. Yongyeonsa Temple, located in the northern part of Mt. Biseulsan, is home to cherry blossoms along the both sides of the gateway in spring. After a short walk from the gate, visitors reach the Okyeonji Reservoir, which attracts anglers.
Address :
801 Bansong-ri, Okpo-myeon, Dalseong-gun, Daegu
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