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Peace Pagoda

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Peace Pagoda

Peace Pagoda Built by the monks and nuns of the Nipponzan  Myohoji, this was the first Peace Pagoda to be built in the western hemisphere  and enshrines sacred relics of Lord Buddha.

The Inauguration ceremony, on  21st September 1980, was preside over by the late most Venerable Nichidattsu  Fujii, founder and preceptor of the order of Nipponzan Myohoji. Religious  leaders from all over the world attended. Saplings from the Sacred Bohdi Tree  under which the Buddha attained Enlightenment were also presented

A  thousand cherry trees and cedars are planted on the hill around the Pagoda in  remembrance of the victims of all wars. They were donated by the ancient  Japanese town of Yoshino, famous for the beauty of its cherry  blossom.

The Pagoda is a sanctuary and permanent refuge for all beings.  It is built to further humanity's quest and prayer that the world may be saved  from nuclear annihilation.

The monks and nuns are very pleased to welcome  you to the Temple with its ornate Japanese garden near the Pagoda

Combine  a visit to the Pagoda with a walk around the beautiful Willen Lake.
Peace  Pagoda
North Willen Park,
Milton Keynes,
access from Brickhill Street  (V10)

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