パゴダ, 塔, 仏塔, 塔婆
Noun(1) an Asian temple; usually a pyramidal tower with an upward curving roof
(1) The site featured an orangery (precursor to the modern greenhouse), a pagoda , and an archway designed by the architect Sir William Chambers.(2) He built a brick pagoda and kept 3,000 Buddha statues at Sokjjang-sa where he lived.(3) They managed to walk two kilometres to the relative safety of a Buddhist pagoda where he met an American Sri Lankan whose uncle owned a farm a further three kilometres away.(4) Tetra found the queen exactly where the messenger had said, out in the summer pagoda in the palace gardens, with her eldest daughter Erris.(5) Here, where the river takes a sharp U-turn, a suspension bridge connects the highway to a small mountain studded with a temple, a towering pagoda and a large golden statue of the Buddha.(6) The design of a redwood shade shelter can vary from a lattice trellis to a post, beam and rafter construction or the more elaborate angles of a pagoda or gazebo-style shelter.(7) The tall, zelkova tree beside the pagoda is draped with lanterns on the Buddha's Birthday in May of every year.(8) Here, the first port of call should be Wat Phra Keow, a collection of pagodas , stupas, frescos and mosaics under arching roofs of red and gold; its small emerald Buddha is of tremendous cultural significance to the nation.(9) Outstanding examples of Korean architecture can be seen in historic palaces and Buddhist temples and pagodas .(10) People circled around the pagodas with the wish to be like Buddha himself.(11) There are two very fine pagodas to visit at this temple as well as enjoying the lovely mountain stream.(12) The later temples consisted of a Main Hall and two pagodas .(13) Monuments, temples, pagodas have been restored for use and for tourism.(14) Buddhist temples incorporate pagodas , a design which came from India around the first century C.E. (the time when the religion made its way to China).(15) They display books on pavements, near schools, and bus stations, even pagodas , cafe bars and restaurants.(16) Temples and pagodas exist only to inspire the proper frame of mind for believers' devotion and self-awareness.
1. pagoda ::
2. idol ::
3. fetish ::
4. eidolon ::
Different Formspagoda, pagodas
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