Bulguksa,Gyeongju, South Korea was built in 528 A.D by the Shilla Dynasty. It has been recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage centre.Located on the foothills of Mt. Toham on the outskirts of Gyeongju, it was originally a small temple built during the reign of King Beopheung (514-540). It was rebuilt in 751 under the supervision of Kim Dae-seong, Silla's chief minister, and the massive project was completed in 774.The temple complex houses many stone structures dating back to the time of construction, including foundations, pagodas, staircases and platforms. Among the most renowned structures are Dabotap and Seokgatap of the Unified Silla, constructed in mid-eighth century. The National Treasure No. 20 and 21, respectively, are in front of the main hall at Bulguksa.