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(Selected List of National Treasures of Korea)
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*86) [[Gyeongcheonsa Pagoda]], National Museum of Korea
 
*86) [[Gyeongcheonsa Pagoda]], National Museum of Korea
 
*91) Terracotta sculpture of a horse and horseman, [[Silla]], 5-6th c.
 
*91) Terracotta sculpture of a horse and horseman, [[Silla]], 5-6th c.
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*166) White porcelain jar with plum and bamboo design
 
*223, 224) Several halls at [[Gyeongbokgung Palace]]
 
*223, 224) Several halls at [[Gyeongbokgung Palace]]
 
*225) Hall at [[Changdeokgung Palace]]
 
*225) Hall at [[Changdeokgung Palace]]
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*227) Main hall at [[Jongmyo Shrine]]
 
*227) Main hall at [[Jongmyo Shrine]]
 
*228) Celestial map from reign of [[King Taejo]] (oldest Korean celestial map; second oldest in the world)
 
*228) Celestial map from reign of [[King Taejo]] (oldest Korean celestial map; second oldest in the world)
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*280) Bronze bell of [[Cheonheung-sa]] temple, Goryeo dynasty, National Museum of Korea
 
*332) Iron Buddha sculpture, 10th c., National Museum of Korea
 
*332) Iron Buddha sculpture, 10th c., National Museum of Korea
 
*398) ''Worin Cheongang Jigok'' ("Songs of the Moon's Reflection on a Thousand Rivers")
 
*398) ''Worin Cheongang Jigok'' ("Songs of the Moon's Reflection on a Thousand Rivers")

Latest revision as of 08:03, 11 August 2019

Replica on display at Incheon Airport of National Treasure #83, a gilt-bronze Maitreya sculpture
Stone pagoda of Wongaksa, Tapgol Park (National Treasure #2)

The Republic of Korea maintains a formal list of National Treasures, expanded from a list originally created by the Japanese government during the colonial period.

[edit] Selected List of National Treasures of Korea

[edit] References

  • Plaques at Tapgol Park.
  • Gallery labels at Story of King Sejong museum.
  1. Closely similar to a sculpture held by Kôryû-ji in Kyoto, the first object to be designated a National Treasure in Japan.
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