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Mount Namsan Belt (Historic Site No. 311) : A veritable open-air museum, , where the essence of Silla is vibrant and tangible
As home to numerous Buddhist relics, Mount Namsan is almost like
an open-air museum, where the essence of Silla is vibrant and tangible.
Relics and ruins include Najeong Well, a central feature in the birth legend
of the kingdom; Poseokjeong Pavilion, the site where the Silla dynasty era
came to an end; the seated stone Buddha at Mireuk Valley; the standing
stone Buddhist Triad in Bae-ri; and the seated Buddha carved in relief on a
stone pillar near Chilburam Hermitage.
1.Relief of Buddha in Borisa Temple (Tangible Cultural Property No. 193)2.Seated stone Buddha statue at Mireuk Valley ( Treasure No. 136)3.Three-tiered stone pagoda at Yongjangsa Valley (Treasure No. 186)4.Yongjang-sa Buddhist Temple site (Treasure No. 187)5.Seated Buddha image carved on rock surface at Yongjangsa Temple site (Treasure No. 913)6.Three-tiered stone pagoda of Cheollyongsa Temple site (Treasure No. 1188)7.Flagpole supports at Namgansa Temple site (Treasure No. 909)8.Seokjeong Well of Namgansa Temple site (Cultural Asset No. 13)9.Three-tiered stone pagoda in Namsan-ri (Treasure No. 124)10.Standing Stone Buddhist Triad in Bae-ri (Treasure No. 63)11.Seated stone Buddha in Bulgok Valley of Mt. Namsan in Gyeongju (Treasure No. 198)12.Rock-cut seated Bodhisattva near Sinseonam Hermitage (Treasure No. 199)13.Seated Buddha image carved on rock pillar near Chilburam Hermitage (Treasure No. 200)14.Buddhist image at Tapgok valley (Treasure No. 201)15.Stone Buddha in Samneunggye Valley (Treasure No. 666)16.Ma-ae Gwaneum Bosal Image in Samneung Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 19)17.Two pairs of Buddhist triads of Samneung Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 21)18.Haed of Buddha in Ipgok valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 94)19.Seated stone Buddha statue in Chimsikgok (Tangible Cultural Property No. 112)20.Seated stone Buddha statue in Yeoramgok (Tangible Cultural Property No. 113) Ma-ae Standing Buddha in Yaksu Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 114)21.Relief of seated Sakyamuni in Samneung Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 158)22.Seated Buddha statue in Samneung Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 159)23.Buddhist triad of Yuneulgok Valley (Tangible Cultural Property No. 195) 24.Three royal tombs in Bae-ri (Historical Relic No. 219)25.Royal tomb of King Ilseong of Silla (Historical Relic No. 173)26.Royal tomb of King Jeonggang of Silla (Historical Relic No. 186)27.Royal tomb of King Heongang of Silla (Historical Relic No. 187) 28.Royal tomb of King Jima (Historical Relic No. 221)29.Royal tomb of King Gyeongae (Historical Relic No. 222)30.Royal tomb of King Naemul (Historical Relic No. 188)31.Poseokjeong Pavilion site in Gyeongju (Historical Relic No. 1)32.Namsanseong Fortress in Gyeongju (Historical Relic No. 22)33.Seochulji Pond ( Historical Relic No. 138)34.Najeong Well (Historical Relic No. 245)35.Stone chamber in Namsan-dong (Cultural Asset No. 6)36.Relief of standing Buddha at Baegundae (Tangible Cultural Property No. 206)37.Relief of standing Buddha at Baegundae (Tangible Cultural Property No. 206)
1Relief of Buddha in Borisa Temple
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 193)
2Seated stone Buddha statue at Mireuk Valley
     ( Treasure No. 136)
3Three-tiered stone pagoda at Yongjangsa Valley
     (Treasure No. 186)
4Yongjang-sa Buddhist Temple site
    (Treasure No. 187)
5Seated Buddha image carved on rock
     surface at Yongjangsa Temple site
     (Treasure No. 913)
6Three-tiered stone pagoda of
    Cheollyongsa Temple site
    (Treasure No. 1188)
7Flagpole supports at Namgansa Temple site
    (Treasure No. 909)
8Seokjeong Well of Namgansa Temple site
    (Cultural Asset No. 13)
9Three-tiered stone pagoda in Namsan-ri
    (Treasure No. 124)
10Standing Stone Buddhist Triad in Bae-ri
    (Treasure No. 63)
11Seated stone Buddha in Bulgok Valley
    of Mt. Namsan in Gyeongju
     (Treasure No. 198)
12Rock-cut seated Bodhisattva
    near Sinseonam Hermitage
    (Treasure No. 199)
13Seated Buddha image carved
    on rock pillar near Chilburam Hermitage
    (Treasure No. 200)
14Buddhist image at Tapgok valley
    (Treasure No. 201)
15Stone Buddha in Samneunggye Valley
     (Treasure No. 666)
16Ma-ae Gwaneum Bosal Image
     in Samneung Valley
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 19)
17Two pairs of Buddhist triads of Samneung Valley
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 21)
18Haed of Buddha in Ipgok valley
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 94)
19Seated stone Buddha statue in Chimsikgok
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 112)
20Seated stone Buddha statue in Yeoramgok
     (Tangible Cultural Property No. 113)
     Ma-ae Standing Buddha in Yaksu Valley
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 114)
21Relief of seated Sakyamuni in Samneung Valley
    (Tangible Cultural Property No. 158)
22Seated Buddha statue in Samneung Valley
     (Tangible Cultural Property No. 159)
23Buddhist triad of Yuneulgok Valley
     (Tangible Cultural Property No. 195)
24Three royal tombs in Bae-ri
    (Historical Relic No. 219)
25Royal tomb of King Ilseong of Silla
    (Historical Relic No. 173)
26Royal tomb of King Jeonggang of Silla
    (Historical Relic No. 186)
27Royal tomb of King Heongang of Silla
    (Historical Relic No. 187)
28Royal tomb of King Jima
     (Historical Relic No. 221)
29Royal tomb of King Gyeongae
     (Historical Relic No. 222)
30Royal tomb of King Naemul
    (Historical Relic No. 188)
31Poseokjeong Pavilion site in Gyeongju
    (Historical Relic No. 1)
32Namsanseong Fortress in Gyeongju
    (Historical Relic No. 22)
33Seochulji Pond
     ( Historical Relic No. 138)
34Najeong Well
     (Historical Relic No. 245)
35Stone chamber in Namsan-dong
    (Cultural Asset No. 6)

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  • Borisamaaeseokbul(Relief of buddha in Borisa Temple)
  • This 1.1m-tall relief of a seated buddha carved on a 2m-high rock facing east is a good example of rock carvings of the Unified Silla period(668-935). The upper part of the image is in raised relief i...
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  • Samneunggyegokseongagyeoraejwasang(Seated buddha statue in Samneung Valley)
  • Only the face of this Buddhist statue was carved in low relief on the flat surface of a high cliff; the body and pedestal were linearly carved. Although it doesn’t look gentle at all owing to its long...
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  • Gyeongju Namsan Yongjangsagok Samcheungseoktap(Three-story stone pagoda in Yongjangsa Valley)
  • Standing high on a ridge in the mountain chain that encircles Yongjangsa Temple. This three-story pagoda rests on a platform of two levels . A typical lower foundation has been omitted, and instead th...
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  • Gyeongju namsan yongjangsagok seokbuljwasang(Seated stone buddha at Yongjangsa Valley Mt. Namsan in Gyeong)
  • Yongjangsa Temple dates back to the early part of the Joseon dynasty. When Grand Prince Su-yang assumed the throne after taking it away from his little nephew, King Danjong, Kim Si-seup, an excellent ...
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  • Gyeongju namsan mireukgok seokbuljwasang(Seated stone buddha statue at Mireuk Valley of Mt.Namsan in Gyeongju)
  • The ‘Seated Stone Buddha Statue at Porisa (Temple)’ is well known for its size, even if it has been built just recently. It is the largest in scale among the existing statues in Mt. Nam. Given the loc...
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  • Samneunggyegokseongagyukjonbul(Two pairs of buddhist triads of Samneung Valley)
  • The rock face may well be drawing paper, and an iron hammer and chisel smooth brushes. Each Samjonbul carved in the two rocks rising from the front and the back is unique. It may be more proper to cal...
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  • Gyeongjunamsanchilburammaaeseokbul(Seated buddha image carved on rock pillar near Chilburam Hermitage at Mt. Namsan in Gyeongju)
  • A stone cutter once passed by a high peak rock, pine trees and the blue sky. In front he saw a half- moon-shaped rock and one big stately imposing rock. He mulled over, started breaking the rocks with...
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  • Gyeongju namsalli samcheungseoktap(Three storied stone pagoda in Namsan-ri, Gyeongju)
  • Pagodas in the Silla Era typically had two identical Gyeongju Namsalli Samcheungseoktap (twin pagodas) to be placed in parallel in front of the Taeungjon (Main Hall enshrining Shakyamuni Buddha). Howe...
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  • Gyeongju namsan bulgok seokbuljwasang(Seated stone buddha at Bulgok valley of Mt. Namsan in Gyeongju)
  • Mt. Nam consists mainly of hard granite, which means it is difficult to build a stone Buddha statue out of it. On the other hand, Donghwang is famous for its 500 stone caves and 1,400 Buddha statues. ...
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  • Gyeongjunamsansinseonammaaebosalbangasang(Rock-cut seated bodhisattva near Sinseonam Hermitage at Mt. Namsan in Gyeongju)
  • With round Gamsil (alcove) following the slight cutting of the rock, the Gyeongju Namsan Chilburam Maaeseokbul was placed in it. The statue is sitting comfortably on the lotus pedestals, as if playing...
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