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Question 1: [3] The stupa emerged as a distinctive style of Indian architecture and was adopted in Southeast and ________,[4] where it became prominent as a Buddhist monument used for enshrining sacred relics.
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Question 2: ________, nicknamed Pagoda for its concave hard top roof line.
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Question 3: A pagoda is the general term in the English language for a tiered tower with multiple eaves common in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other parts of ________.

Question 4: Miruksa Temple Pagoda at Iksan of Chollabuk-do province in the Republic of Korea, a ________ pagoda mid 7th century.

Question 5: This 13-story pagoda, used as the control tower for races such as the ________, has been transformed several times since it was first built in 1913.
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Question 6: Chùa Cầu- Bridge Pagoda, ________, Quang Nam, Vietnam.
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Question 7: ________ in Taiwan, record setter for height (508m) in 2004 and currently the world's second tallest completed building.
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Question 8: Liuhe Pagoda of ________, built in 1165 AD, during the Chinese Song Dynasty.

Question 9: Pizhi Pagoda of Lingyan Temple, ________, China, 11th century.

Question 10: Some pagodas are used as ________ houses of worship.
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