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GM1E6531K8601 Featured Seoul Print

GM1E6531K8601

Children hold lotus lanterns during a preparation for the upcoming birthday of Buddha at the Chogye temple in Seoul May 3, 2010. In South Korea, celebrations for Buddha's birthday last roughly a week and end on the first full moon day of the lunar month Vesakha, usually falling in May. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)

Elevated view of a busy city centre street and high rise buildings on a rainy summer day Featured Seoul Print

Elevated view of a busy city centre street and high rise buildings on a rainy summer day

Elevated view of a busy city centre street and high rise buildings on a rainy summer day, City Hall area, Seoul, South Korea, Asia

© Eleanor Scriven

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Changdeokgung Palace, UNESCO World Heritage, Seoul Korea Featured Seoul Print

Changdeokgung Palace, UNESCO World Heritage, Seoul Korea

Changdeokgung Palace is the most well-preserved and the most beautiful of the five remaining royal Joseon palaces in Seoul Korea. The palace grounds are comprised of a public palace area, a royal family residence buildings, and the rear garden. Known as a place only for the royal family, also known as a??The Secret gardena??. Changdeokgung Palace is very graceful and glamorous but they are well contained from being too fancy. Architects of Joseon Dynasty had emphasized more on shapes of lines and proportions of buildings rather than colors, sizes and ornaments. Especially buildings of Changdeokgung were beautifully located according to the natural topography of the area. Architects of Joseon Dynasty always had tried to minimize damages of natural environments. Changdeokgung Palace remains as the highlight of Joseon Dynastya??s superb architecture. Changdeokgung Palace was recognized as a World Cultural Heritage site by the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Committee in 1997

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