16 Facts About Peace Pagoda


Peace Pagoda is a Buddhist stupa; a monument to inspire peace, designed to provide a focus for people of all races and creeds, and to help unite them in their search for world peace.

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The 100 feet tall Peace Pagoda is rich in Thai artistic beauty both inside and outside.

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Hiroshima Peace Pagoda was built in 1966 by Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist monks.

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Bandarawela Peace Pagoda is located between the towns of Bandarawela Etampitiya road 6 Kilometers towards Bandarawela to Etampitiya.

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Unawatuna Peace Pagoda, built by Nipponzan Myohoji monks, is on the headland between Unawatuna and Galle.

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Walapane Peace Pagoda, built by Nichidatsu Fuhi monk, is located on Walapane, Central Province of Sri Lanka.

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Peace Pagoda is an enormous shrine, recently restored to become one of the most prominent landmarks in Walapane.

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Three-story Peace Pagoda was constructed of 80 tons of art-carved Nepalese Terai timbers and assembled on the Expo site for the World Expo´88.

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Today the Peace Pagoda is part of Munich's Westpark because thousands of citizens and visitors helped to keep the "Asian Essemble" - and especially this Nepalese Shiva Pagoda - as a constantly remaining symbol of World Peace.

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On 26 June 1998, the Dhamma Talaka Peace Pagoda was dedicated in the Ladywood district of Birmingham.

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Milton Keynes Peace Pagoda was completed in 1980 at the western edge of Willen lake in Willen, Milton Keynes.

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London Peace Pagoda was completed in 1985 on the south side of the River Thames in Battersea Park, London.

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Comiso Peace Pagoda, built by Nipponzan Myohoji monks, was dedicated on 24 May 1998, the Reverend Morishita at Comiso in Sicily, Italy near the NATO base there.

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Peace Pagoda in San Francisco is a five-tiered concrete stupa in Nihonmachi between Post and Geary Streets at Buchanan.

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New England Peace Pagoda is the first Nipponzan-Myohoji Peace Pagoda to be built in the US and was completed in 1985.

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Land for the construction of the Great Smoky Mountains Peace Pagoda was purchased in 2000 and, by the end of 2014, a temple, gardens, Stone Pagoda, Spirit Garden, and guest house had been completed.

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