UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan
Categories: Monuments, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Visit UN Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place for 2,300 soldiers and non-combatants killed during the Korean War. A burial ground for United Nations Command casualties, the cemetery represents the only site of its kind in the world, highlighting the international scope of the war on the Korean Peninsula. Permanent memorials--29 in total--stand in the cemetery, with the nationalities of the deceased all represented in separate memorials, displaying symbols of national identity as well as of international cooperation. Plan your visit to UN Memorial Cemetery and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Busan vacation builder.
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Prachtig eerbetoon aan hen die gevallen zij voor de vrijheid van Zuid-Korea. Het is met veel eerbied en respect ingericht en je wordt in diverse talen geïnformeerd. Het bezoeken meer dan waard.Beautiful tribute to them which cases they for the freedom of South Korea. It is decorated with great reverence and respect and you will be informed in various languages. Well worth a visit.show original
The only cemetery in the world dedicated to soldiers of the United Nations who gave their lives during the Korean War 1950 - 1953. Memorials honour the dead and there is an interesting exhibition Hall... read more »
Immaculately kept, the gardens at the UN Memorial Cemetery make for a very solemn experience. The sculptural elements of the cemetery towards the back, the US Wall of Remembrance and the UN Memorial a... read more »
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