Representations of the Buddhist "Pure Land" - I want to make a connection that highlights unique representations of the "Buddhist Pure Land", not just Buddhist Temples that are a part of the Pure Land Buddhism sect. There are many Chinese sites related to the Pure Land Buddhism sect, but it is unclear of any representations per say. Chinese AB documents on WHS linked to Buddhism are vague and almost never mention the "Buddhist Pure Land".
*Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple
"The realization of Buddha Land in the mundance world was a long-cherished dream in Silla, and the people of Silla believed that their kingdom was this very land. Even the name, Bulguksa, indicates the great meaning it had to the people of Silla. It literally means Temple of Buddha Land. In other words, Bulguksa is a terrestrial paradise of the land of Buddha. They represent the terrestrial and the two celestial abodes: The Pure Land of Buddhism, that is, the terrestrial of Vairocana Buddha; the paradise of Amitabha Buddha; and the World of Endurance of Sakyamuni."
- AB Document
*Hiraizumi – Temples, Gardens and Archaeological Sites Representing the Buddhist Pure Land
"Hiraizumi - Temples, Gardens and Archaeological Sites Representing the Buddhist Pure Land comprises five sites, including the sacred Mount Kinkeisan. The realm was based on the cosmology of Pure Land Buddhism, which spread to Japan in the 8th century. It represented the pure land of Buddha that people aspire to after death, as well as peace of mind in this life."
- AB Document
Perhaps one of the Buddhist sites in India or Indonesia may be added to this connection. Part of the difficulty of this connection is, in Pure Land Buddhism every temple is supposed to be in a sense a manifestation of the "Buddhist pure land". However, there are truly unique and famous examples of this (Bulguksa & Hiraizumi) and then there is your average Buddhist temple.
This is the Chinese site most linked to Pure Land Buddhism, but I do not see any link to the "Buddhist Pure Land" represented here.
*Lushan National Park
"The Donglin Temple (East Grove Temple), built by eminent monks in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, was the birthplace of the Jintu (Pure Earth) Sect of Buddhism."
- AB document