Located in Songgyungwan-Dong, Kaesong, the Seven-Storied Pagoda of Hyonhwa Temple, originally situated at the Hyonhwa Temple site, now finds its home in the Koryo Museum, where various relics from the Koryo period are on exhibit.

Constructed in the year 1020, as documented by the monument to Hyonhwa Temple, this pagoda is a remarkable structure featuring a platform, a seven-storied body, and a head. Standing at a height of 8.64 meters, it represents a significant stone pagoda from the Koryo era.

This architectural marvel serves as a valuable national treasure, showcasing the pagoda-building techniques and developmental milestones achieved by the Korean people during that period.

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