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Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 The wooden buildings are buckling with age.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 View from the temple.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Small shrine.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Painted building.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Wall painting.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The entrance to the Kwan Juk Temple near Taejon.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 One of the temple buildings.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The 18m high Buddha is made from three pieces of granite and dates from 968.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The largest stone Buddha in Korea dates from the Koryo Dynasty.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 Wall painting.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 Painted walls.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Popju Sa Temple.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 An iron bowl for cooking rice for 3000 monks was made in the 8th century.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Drum and bell.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The complex is set in a forested valley.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Painted eves.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Daeongo-Jeon Hall.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Daeongo-Jeon Hall is highly decorated.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Doorway to the Daeongo-Jeon Hall.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 8th century stone basin.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Stone lantern from the 8th century.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Temple altar.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The monastery.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 A 10th Century Buddha relief, 6m high.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Samsong Hyol.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Sogwipo
 Painted temple.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 The area around the city is dotted with the tombs of the rulers.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 Group of people by a Silla tomb.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 Chomsongdae is Asia's oldest observatory (646 AD). There are 12 stones along the base; 30 layers and a total of 366 stones.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 One of the 20 tombs at the park. Rulers of the Silla Dynasty were buried here with their treasures.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 The entrance to the tomb of Chonma which is 13m high and 47m in diameter.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 Jewelry found in the tomb of Chonma (5th century AD).
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 A pair of tomb mounds.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 Tomb mounds crowded together.
South Korea
Kyongju
Tumuli Park
 The tomb of King Michu.
South Korea
Kyongju
Panwolsong
 The site of Panwolsong Castle is now a park.
South Korea
Kyongju
Anapji Pond
 The pond was constructed by King Munmu as part of his palace.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Bunhwangsa Temple dates from 634.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Painted doors.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 The temple was built by Queen Seondeok of Silla.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Bunhwangsa contains many wooden buildings.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 The pagoda is the oldest in Korea.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Stone lion.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Bronze bell.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Korean bells are very ornate.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Decorated bell.
South Korea
Kyongju
Bunhwangsa Temple
 Detail of a bronze bell.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 The museum has architecture from around the country.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Stone Buddha in the museum gardens.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 The Pig, one of the Korean signs of the Zodiac.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Bronze buckles.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Deer horn knife hilts.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Burial urn.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Kettle.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Green glass cup set in a decorated gold box.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 Decorated bell.
South Korea
Kyongju
Kim Yu Shin Tomb
 The tomb of Kim Yu Shin (who united Korea in 7th century) has the signs of the Zodiac carved along its base.
South Korea
Kyongju
Kim Yu Shin Tomb
 One of the twelve signs of the Zodiac around the tomb.
South Korea
Kyongju
Kim Yu Shin Tomb
 Zodiac carving.
South Korea
Kyongju
Kim Yu Shin Tomb
 Carving of a Zodiac sign.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 The tomb of King Muyol dates from the 7th century.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Stone turtle.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 The tomb has a line of stone statues leading to it.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Stone statue with a tomb mound.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Stone statue.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Stone animal.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Statue of a courtier.
South Korea
Kyongju
King Muyol Tomb
 Stone carved slab.
South Korea
Kyongju
Onung Tombs
 The entrance to the Onung Tombs.
South Korea
Kyongju
Onung Tombs
 The Onung Tombs are of the first five Silla kings.
South Korea
Kyongju
Onung Tombs
 The mounds are 2000 years old.
South Korea
Kyongju
Onung Tombs
 Posokjong Bower.
South Korea
Kyongju
Onung Tombs
 The 3m high Tripple Buddha dates from the 7th century.
South Korea
Kyongju
Samnung Tombs
 The Samnung Tombs are 1000 years old.
South Korea
Kyongju
Samnung Tombs
 The tombs are set next to a forest.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The entrance bridge to the Pulguk Sa Temple.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The Pulguk Sa Temple.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Decorated gateway.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Colourful temple guardian.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The temple is wood set on a stone foundation.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The site was founded 528 AD.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The complex has many buildings.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The complex was rebuilt after being destroyed by the Japanese.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Painted drum.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Painted wooden dragon.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Silla style pagoda.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The roofs of the buildings.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Roofs and window.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 Painted eves.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The gardens.
South Korea
Kyongju
Pulguk Sa Temple
 The Paekje style pagoda.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 The park contains many carvings.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 The park contains many rock reliefs.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 A hermitage.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 Rock relief of a Buddha.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 The Sochulji Pavillion was built in 488.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 Small monastery on a hillside.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 Painting on a monastery building.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 One of several dozen hermitages scattered through the park.
South Korea
Mount Gaya
Haen-Sa Temple
 Entrance to the Haen-Sa Temple.

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