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Changdeokgung Palace

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Built in 1405 by King Taejong, Changdeokgung Palace was designed to blend harmoniously with the natural environment. While much of the complex was destroyed by fire in the Japanese invasion in 1592, it was rebuilt in 1609 and has since been restored to its original splendor. The main palace of Gyeongbokgung was also destroyed in 1593, and for 300 years beginning in 1609, Changdeokgung served as the seat of power while Gyeongbokgung was being rebuilt. It served as the seat of royalty again in 1907 by King Sunjong, the last king of Korea.

UNESCO designated Changdeokgung Palace a World Heritage site in 1997 for its unique palace architecture. It’s the best preserved of Seoul’s five remaining Joseon palaces, with the royal family residences, public area and gardens open to visitors. The palace is beautiful throughout the year, but the trees of the extensive gardens become extremely picturesque in autumn when their leaves turn shades of yellow and red.

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Koreaans paleis en markt-tour in Seoul inclusief Insadong en paleis Gyeongbokgung

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Breng een volledige dag door met het ontdekken van de prachtige architectuur en het landschap van Seoul en kom alles te weten over de geschiedenis, cultuur en ...  Meer info

  • Locatie: Seoel, Zuid-Korea
  • Duur: 8 uur 30 minuten
Van USD 82,00