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Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung Palaces

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Donhwamun Gate, 1412, restored 1609, the main entrance to Changdeok Palace
Donhwamun Gate, 1412, restored 1609, the main entrance to Changdeok Palace
Map of Changdeok Palace
Map of Changdeok Palace
Changdeokgung is the only palace in Seoul which requires a guided tour
Changdeokgung is the only palace in Seoul which requires a guided tour
English tours are 3 times a day
English tours are 3 times a day
Stone bridge to the interior of Changdeokgung Palace
Stone bridge to the interior of Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Guardian figures along the roofline
Guardian figures along the roofline
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Injeongjeon Hall, the main hall of Changdeokgung
Injeongjeon Hall, the main hall of Changdeokgung
Injeongjeon Hall
Injeongjeon Hall
For 270 years, from King Gwanghaegun to Emperor Sunjong
For 270 years, from King Gwanghaegun to Emperor Sunjong
Ranking stones
Ranking stones
Military officials on the left, civil officials on the right, ordered by importance from front to back
Military officials on the left, civil officials on the right, ordered by importance from front to back
Number 9 rank in the rear
Number 9 rank in the rear
Injeongjeon Hall
Injeongjeon Hall
Injeongjeon Hall
Injeongjeon Hall
Interior of Injeongjeon Hall, Changdeok Palace
Interior of Injeongjeon Hall, Changdeok Palace
Throne of Korean king
Throne of Korean king
Throne of the Korean king, Injeongjeon Hall
Throne of the Korean king, Injeongjeon Hall
The painting symbolizing the kings of Korea, 5 mountains, the sun and moon, waterfall, pinetree
The painting symbolizing the kings of Korea, 5 mountains, the sun and moon, waterfall, pinetree
Detail of Injeongjeon Hall
Detail of Injeongjeon Hall
Tour group moving on
Tour group moving on
Junggungjeon, the Central Palace
Junggungjeon, the Central Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Junggungjeon, the Central Palace
Junggungjeon, the Central Palace
Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
More detail
More detail
Seongeongjeon Hall with blue tiled roof
Seongeongjeon Hall with blue tiled roof
Huijeongdang, the King's Quarters
Huijeongdang, the King's Quarters
Daejojeon Hall, the Queen's Quarters
Daejojeon Hall, the Queen's Quarters
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Daejojeon Hall
Guardian figures on the roof of Daejojeon Hall
Guardian figures on the roof of Daejojeon Hall
Stone staircase
Stone staircase
Roof details
Roof details
Roof detail Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Roof detail Roof detail, Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Junggungjeon, Changdeok Palace
Piwon, the Secret Garden
Piwon, the Secret Garden
Juhamnu Pavilion, a 1777 library and Piwon, the Secret Garden
Juhamnu Pavilion, a 1777 library and Piwon, the Secret Garden
Piwon, the Secret Garden
Piwon, the Secret Garden
Buyongji (lotus flower) Pond
Buyongji (lotus flower) Pond
Buyongji (lotus flower) Pavilion, 1792
Buyongji (lotus flower) Pavilion, 1792
A small pavilion in the Secret Garden
A small pavilion in the Secret Garden
Changdeokgung Palace
Changdeokgung Palace
Foldable doors
Foldable doors
Sundial, Changdeokgung Palace
Sundial, Changdeokgung Palace
Yeongyeongdang, built in 1828 in the style of a private residence of a nobleman
Yeongyeongdang, built in 1828 in the style of a private residence of a nobleman
Yeongyeongdang
Yeongyeongdang
Gate to the Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Gate to the Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Yeongyeongdang
Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Men's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Women's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Women's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Women's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
Women's Quarters, Yeongyeongdang
On the way to the exit of Changdeokgung Palace
On the way to the exit of Changdeokgung Palace
Nearby is a second palace, Changgyeonggung, first built in 1104
Nearby is a second palace, Changgyeonggung, first built in 1104
Haminjeong Pavilion, Changgyeonggung Palace
Haminjeong Pavilion, Changgyeonggung Palace
Haminjeong Pavilion, Changgyeonggung Palace
Haminjeong Pavilion, Changgyeonggung Palace
Throne and painting in the Haminjeong Pavilion
Throne and painting in the Haminjeong Pavilion
Throne and painting in the Haminjeong Pavilion
Throne and painting in the Haminjeong Pavilion
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Tongmyeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Tongmyeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Yeongchunheon and Jobokcheon Halls, Changgyeonggung Palace
Yeongchunheon and Jobokcheon Halls, Changgyeonggung Palace
Honghwamun Gate, Changgyeonggung Palace
Honghwamun Gate, Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Seoul Tower in the distance
Seoul Tower in the distance
seoul 399.JPG
seoul 399.JPG
Myeongjeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Myeongjeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Myeongjeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Myeongjeongjeon Hall, Changgyeonggung Palace
Another throne and painting, Changgyeonggung Palace
Another throne and painting, Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Changgyeonggung Palace
Map of Jongmyo Shrine, resting place of the royal ancestral tablets
Map of Jongmyo Shrine, resting place of the royal ancestral tablets
Jongmyo (Chongmyo) Shrine
Jongmyo (Chongmyo) Shrine
Roof tiles, Jongmyo Shrine
Roof tiles, Jongmyo Shrine
Eosuksil, for ritual purification, 1395, rebuilt 1608
Eosuksil, for ritual purification, 1395, rebuilt 1608
Jeongjeon, the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine
Jeongjeon, the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine
Jeongjeon, the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine
Jeongjeon, the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine
Yeongnyeongjeon, the annex to the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine, 1421
Yeongnyeongjeon, the annex to the main hall of Jongmyo Shrine, 1421
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