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Gyeongju National Park, Gyeongju
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Gyeongju National Park is located in the province of Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, and is the country's only historical national park. It was first designated a national park in 1968. The park covers many of the principal Silla historical sites in Gyeongju City. It is divided into several non-contiguous sections: Gumisan and Danseoksan sections to the west of the city center; Hwarang, Seo-ak, Sogeumgang, and Namsan sections in the heart of Gyeongju; Tohamsan section to the east, and Daebon section on the coast of the Sea of Japan .
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  • I recommend to anyone who loves climbing. The view from the top is magnificent this time and the two walk on this mountain is a pure pleasure. On your way to the top is very a lot of interesting places to visit. And almost at the very top you can relax in a beautiful cottage:)
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  • Gyeongju National Park, also known as Namsan is a mountain South of the city and is a very beautiful place that lends itself well to a wonderful walk "exploratory". You will find temples, pagodas, many stone Buddha and even Royal tombs and ruins of forts and palaces. Take a full day, and don't underestimate the place as we were doing ourselves. The tourist office will provide you with a detailed map. It's an attraction without schedules and costs.
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  • We caught the bus out to Mount Namsan for the day & hiked up to the summit. Along the way there are plenty of tombs, ruins, relics and statues to admire - definitely an open museum, so much history. T...  more »