A sacred site throughout millenia. Groups of rock art, engraved in the cliffs along Daegokcheon Stream. Most petroglyphs were made in the late Neolithic – Bronze Ages, but also the intellectuals of Joseon Period (the 14th – 20th century) have left engravings here.

Location, GPS coordinates: 35.6148 N 129.1756 E
Categories: Petroglyphs and rock art
Values: Archaeology, Visual
Rating: 2.5 out of 10 stars
Where is located? Asia, South Korea, Ulsan, north-west from Ulsan at Daegokcheon stream

Petroglyphs in Cheonjeon-ri on the map
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