Lines in Architecture

The Tōdai-ji temple in Nara, Japan is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The introduction of Buddhism in Japan during the sixth century was a catalyst for large-scale temple building using complicated techniques in wood. Influence from the Chinese Tang and Sui Dynasties led to the foundation of the first permanent capital in Nara.    — Wikipedia

The temple houses the world’s largest bronze statue of the Buddha:

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