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|197. Todai-ji, Japan (743 CE rebuilt c 1700)||Japan. Todai-ji. Buddhist (24)|
|198. Borobudur Temple, Java (c 750 to 842 CE)||Indonesia. Borobudur Temple. Sailendra Dynasty. Buddhist (24)||Art & Architecture: Buddhist (33)|
|199. Angkor Wat, Cambodia (800 to 1400 CE)||
|203. Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace (c 1275 CE)||Japan. Night Attack on the Sanjô Palace. Kamakura Period (20)|
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|207. Ryoan-ji. Kyoto, Japan (c 1480 CE)||Japan. Ryoan-ji. Kyoto. Muromachi Period (24)|
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