Saturday, July 4, 2020

Bangudae Petroglyphs

A group of rock art, engraved in the cliffs along Daegokcheon Stream. Engravings were left by prehistoric peopl, mostly in the late Neolithic -...

Umbilical cord tomb of Taejo

A royal tomb where the umbilical cords of King Taejo (the early 15th century) and his son Jeongjong are buried. Location, GPS coordinates: 36.1995 N 127.4526...

Tomb of King Muryeong

Burial of the ruler of Baekje Kingdom in 501 - 523 AD. This tomb was found intact and has been one of the most...

Haman tumuli (Malisan tumuli)

Hundreds of smaller and larger burial mounds - burials of the kings and nobleman of Gaya state. Location, GPS coordinates: 35.2717 N 128.4061 E Categories: Cairns and mounds,...

Goryeong Jisandong Tumuli

A group of nobleman's burials from the Daegaya period, built in the 4th - 6th century AD. Thus far are known 704 burials with...

Osang-ri dolmens

Group of 12 dolmens on Ganghwa Island. Six of these dolmens were rebuilt when the site was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Location, GPS...

Petroglyphs in Cheonjeon-ri

A sacred site throughout millenia. Groups of rock art, engraved in the cliffs along Daegokcheon Stream. Most petroglyphs were made in the late Neolithic...

Gold Crown Tomb (Geumgwanchong)

One of the Royal tombs of Gyeongju - large tumulus which was built in the 5th or 6th century AD. This tomb was very...

Gimhae tumuli (Daeseong-dong tumuli)

Necropolis of the kings and noblemen of Gaya state. Site contains diverse burials, most were made in the late 3rd - early 5th century...

Donggureung Royal Tombs

The most impressive royal tombs of Joseon Dynasty. This group consists of nine tombs where 7 kings and 10 queens have been buried in...