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Don Wha Moon [1]; Kum Chun Kyo [2].

Image ID: 497634

Don Wha Moon [1]; Kum Chun Kyo [2]. (195?)

Image Details

Image Title

:  Don Wha Moon [1]; Kum Chun Kyo [2].

Specific Material Type

: Photographs

Item Physical Description

: Two images on one page.

Notes

: [Don Wha Moon] This gate is the main gate of the Chang Duk Palace. Built in the fourth year of Taijong's rule (1404), the gate is 550 years old. It is one of the oldest remaining wooden structures in Seoul, others being the South Gate, and Hong Wha Moon of the Chang Kyung Palace. [1] [Kum Chun Kyo Bridge] Built in 1404 by Taijong. On October 17, 1834 (the 21st year of Kojong), reformists, led by Kim Ok Kyun, Park Young-hyo and Sur Jai-pil ( ....
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Source

: Pictures of former Korean palaces.

Source Description

: 1 portfolio [145 photographs on 35 plates]; 35 cm

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OTF+++ 98-3911

Digital ID

: 497634

Record ID

: 341668

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 7-7-2012

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