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  • Gwanmunseong Fortress (관문성)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Gwanmunseong Fortress (관문성) (Cultural assets)
    Gwanmunseong Fortress was built in 21st year (722 A.D.) of the reign by King Seongdeok, to protect the capital of Silla from the Japanese pirates. The fortress was initially called as Mobeol
    · 2,786
  • Square Tomb of Gujeongri (구정동 방형분)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Square Tomb of Gujeongri (구정동 방형분) (Cultural assets)
    Square Tomb of Gujeongri at the foot of the northern hills on the way to the Bulguksa Temple, was built in the era of Unified Silla. The square shaped tomb has cover stones engraved with the
    · 3,984
  • Flagpole Supports at Guhwang-dong (구황동당간지주)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Flagpole Supports at Guhwang-dong (구황동당간지주) (Cultural assets)
    The flagpole supports, or the Danggan-Jiju at Guhwang-dong is presumed to be made during the era of Unified Silla, and from the base with the shape of turtle head between the two granite pil
    · 4,860
  • Donggyeonggwan (동경관)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Donggyeonggwan (동경관) (Cultural assets)
    Donggyeonggwan was originally a storage for the supplies of the royal palace os Silla, but during Goryo and Chosun period, the building was used as a logding for officials and guests from an
    · 4,929
  • Busanseong Fortress (경주 부산성)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Busanseong Fortress (경주 부산성) (Cultural assets)
    Busanseong Fortress is constructed in 663 (3rd year by the reign of King Munmu of Silla), along the three valleys from the top of the Busan Mountain, by piling uncut stones and rocks.
    · 2,240
  • Samaso (경주사마소)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Samaso (경주사마소) (Cultural assets)
    The Samaso was the place where the local aristocrats or the Sunbis who passed the national examination discussed politics, took lectures on Confucianism, or trained themselves. During the re
    · 5,319
  • Sacheonwangsa Temple Site (사천왕사지)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Sacheonwangsa Temple Site (사천왕사지) (Cultural assets)
    The Sacheonwangsa Temple Site at the foot of the Nangsan mountain is nearby the Tomb of Queen Seondeok, to ward off the army of more than 50,000 troops of Tang, under the pretense that the K
    · 3,898
  • Samgoejeong Pavilion (삼괴정)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Samgoejeong Pavilion (삼괴정) (Cultural assets)
    Samgoejeong Pavilion was built in 1815 (15th year by the reign of King Sunjo of Chosun), to commemorate the veteran brothers of Gyeongju who organized the loyal guerrilla troops against Japa
    · 3,185
  • Yonggang-dong Ancient Tomb(용강동고분)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Yonggang-dong Ancient Tomb(용강동고분) (Cultural assets)
    The ancient tomb in the middle of the field of Yonggangdong was discovered and investigated by Relics Discovery & Investigation Team for Gyeongju in 1986. Inside the tomb is a giant cavelike
    · 4,344
  • Garden Site in Yonggang-dong (용강동원지유적)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Garden Site in Yonggang-dong (용강동원지유적) (Cultural assets)
    The Garden Site was discovered during the construction of Yonghwang Elementary School for area on the northern side of the Bukcheon, namely, Hwangseong-dong and Yonggang-dong.
    · 3,985
  • Jongdeokjae Jeongdang Hall (종덕재 정당)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Jongdeokjae Jeongdang Hall (종덕재 정당) (Cultural assets)
    The Jongdeokjae Jeongdang Hall was built in 1757 (33rd year by the reign of King Yeongjo) to protect the grave of Jo Gye-ryong the Taesagong, the founder of Changnyeong Jo clan. The hall was
    · 2,846
  • Cheongwansa Temple Site (천관사지)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Cheongwansa Temple Site (천관사지) (Cultural assets)
    Cheongwansa Temple Site is in the rice field under the western foot of the Dodangsan Mountain. The site now has nothing but the fragments of stones and roof tiles, but it once held stories a
    · 4,644
  • Three-storey Stone Pagodas in Cheongun-dong (천군동삼층석탑)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Three-storey Stone Pagodas in Cheongun-dong (천군동삼층석탑) (Cultural assets)
    The East and West Three-storey Stone Pagoda is standing on a broad ground. The two pagodas restored in 1939, has identical construction scheme, which involved erecting 3-storey stone pagoda
    · 4,823
  • Cheongunrisa Temple Site (천군동 사지)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Cheongunrisa Temple Site (천군동 사지) (Cultural assets)
    The Cheongunrisa Temple Site is in the middle of the rice field next to the Gyeongju World in Bomun Complex, and has two 3-storey stone pagodas. Nothing is known about the name of the temple
    · 4,823
  • Stone Standing Buddha at Hwalseong-ri (활성리 석불입상)
    Gyeongju-Cultural assets
    Stone Standing Buddha at Hwalseong-ri (활성리 석불입상) (Cultural assets)
    The Stone Standing Buddha at Hwalseong-ri, Oedong-eup, Gyeongju, with 19㎝-high navicular halo, is 153㎝ high and 46㎝ wide by its shoulder. The hair is tied like a topknot, and the ears are de
    · 3,766