The Two-Lion Stone Lantern made during the time of the United Silla Kingdom is situated between the main hall of Beopjusa and Palsangjeon with a height of 3.3 meters. Stone pillars display unique and differing designs and are representative octagonal stone lanterns of the United Silla Period.
National Treasure No. 55
Beopjusa Palsangjeon is the only wooden five-story pagoda in Korea built in the Chosun Dynasty. Two painted panels decorate the four interior walls. Palsangjeon was named after a total of eight painted panels depicting the life of Buddha.
National Treasure No. 64
Seokryunji is located at the right side, just inside the Heavenly King Gate (Cheonwang Mun) and it is a granite stone work of the United Silla Period. Its height is 1.95m with a circumference of 6.65m. It is a small stone mortar once used to contain water with a lotus in it.
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