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Boudhanath Stupa, Kathmandu, Nepal
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest in Southeast Asia.
An ancient building, it is surrounded by legend - according to legend, it was build in the 5th century AD. An elderly poultry woman asked the king to build a shrine to the Buddha. The king agreed, stipulating that the shrine would cover as much land as the woman could cover with the skin of a buffalo. The woman then cut the hide into thin strips, placing them end to end to form the huge circumference that is Boudhanath Stupa. (Thank you, Wiki-travel!)