Gyeongju : The Heart of Korean Culture
Author: Choi, Jun-Sik
Translator: Choi, Sandra
296 page | 248*176
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Gyeongju is often called a 'museum without walls'.
About This Book
Not only are relics scattered evenly over the entire city, they can be easily found in whatever area you dig.
There is probably no other city or region in Korea in which cultural properties are so heavily concentrated;
there are 33 National Treasures, the most important type of relic, as well as 83 Treasures.
There are also 77 preserved historic sites, over 316 designated cultural properties and hundreds of old tombs.
Foreword : Why Gyeongju?
What kind of place is Gyeongju?
1. The Holy Land of Korean Buddhism, Gyeongju
- Seokguram Grotto: The Prototype of Korean Buddhism
- Bulguksa: Realizing Buddha Land on earth
2. City of the 1000 Years Old Dynasty, Gyeongju
- In Downtown Gyeongju
- Inside the royal tombs of Silla: The treasure chest of Silla culture
- Mount Nam: The Holy Land of Koreans Past and Present
- At the Gyeongju National Museum
Afterword: Between Development and Preservation
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