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Largest Buddhist temple

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  • Who: Borobudur

  • What: Largest Buddhist temple

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The largest Buddhist temple in the world is Borobudur, near Yogyakarta, central Java, Indonesia, built between AD 750 and 842. The 60,000 m³- (2,118,880 ft³-) stone structure is 34.5 m (113 ft) tall and its base measures 123 x 123 m (403 x 403 ft).

In 1991, Borobudur was added to UNESCO's World Hertiage list.

 

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