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Anapji Pond, Gyeongju

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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Take a stroll along Anapji Pond, a man-made body of water that used to form part of a lavish, 7th-century palace compound. Abandoned after the fall of the Silla Empire in 935 CE, the pond and its structures were renovated in 1974, during which time an array of relics and artifacts were excavated. Admire the scenic vista of the pond and its ancient buildings, some rebuilt and some originals. In the exhibition hall nearby, you can view over 700 of the thousands of art pieces, religious objects, decorations, and everyday items that were found in the pond area. To visit Anapji Pond on your trip to Gyeongju, use our Gyeongju vacation builder.
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  • The site itself is a reconstruction of 3 palaces (1 still underway). The buildings are beautiful and the settings are beautiful. It is recommended to be there a short time before sunset and stay while...  read more »
  • To relieve stress and to place more often than Makin. And it's a good idea with the landscape, giving new seasons
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  • Light turns on, you have to go before parking and private. Thanks to a wheel turns at night is awesome.
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