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English: Buddha at Seokguram in South Korea, World Heritage picture
Deutsch: Koreanischer Buddha in der Seokguram-Höhle. – In Meditationshaltung sitzend berührt Siddhartha Gautama mit der Rechten die Erde, um sie als Zeugin für seine bisherigen Verdienste anzurufen und sein Anrecht auf Erlangung des höchsten Zieles, des Bodhi, zu unterstreichen (Bhumisparsa Mudra).
Date 11 August 2003
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