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[K-ETA] Gyeongju-si Special Tourist Zone

Gyeongju was the capital city of the ancient kingdom of Silla.

The city is often referred to as a “museum without walls” because of the many cultural relics scattered throughout the city.

Almost everything in this city, from the streets to the mountains, is rich in history.

Gyeongju has roughly 300 sites that have been designated as a cultural heritage, with some of them being UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Sites.

The Gyeongju Special Tourist Zone includes the districts of Namsan, Wolseong, Daereungwon, Hwangryongsa, and Sanseong. This area has a total of 52 cultural assets registered on the World Heritage list.

Many of the hills are actually royal tombs and fields of grass used to be sites of ancient temples.

Address 614, Gyeonggam-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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