The International Symposium on Seoul City Wall 2013 will be held at the Multipurpose Hall on the 8th floor of the Seoul City Hall at 10:00 AM on November 15 under the theme of “Principle of Construction of City Walls in Asia and City Walls Left in Modern-day Cities.”
Major cities of the world have developed their own unique shapes, adopting different methods of urban development. The structure and shape of a city reflect many factors, such as ruling philosophy, ideology, religion, cultural tradition, and geographical conditions.
The symposium held this time will shed light on the features of castle walls remaining in cities in Europe, China, and Vietnam, along with a comparison between them and those of Seoul. The symposium will examine the intrinsic and unique value of Seoul City Wall. Please take part in the session and check what Seoul City Wall were like 600 years ago.
Invitation to the SYMPOSIUM
WORKSHOP for experts
Hosted by: Seoul Metropolitan Government
Sponsored by: Institute of Seoul Studies at the University of Seoul
Supported by: Cultural Heritage Administration, ICOMOS-Korea