It doesn’t get much more ancient than dinosaur bones left over from the Jurassic Era of history, some 145 million years ago!
Tags » Stephen Kelly Photography
This is Sanjūsangen-dō, a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan that at 390 feet (120 meters) in length is the largest wooden structure in Japan. Built in 1164, its name translates to “Hall With Thirty-three Spaces Between Columns,” which describes the 33 sanjusan (bays) between the building’s support pillars, a traditional method of measuring the size of a building. 572 more words