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English: Cheongungyo and Baegungyo Bridges of Bulguksa Temple (National Treasures No.23 of South Korea)
The Blue Cloud Bridge and White Cloud Bridge are in the foreground while the Lotus Flower Bridge and Seven Treasure Bridge are in the background.
한국어: 경주 불국사 청운교 및 백운교 대한민국 국보 제23호)
文言: 慶州 佛國寺 靑雲橋 及 白雲橋(大韓民國 國寶 第23號)
Date 2002-September-23
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