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    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

    Download
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

    Download
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

    Download
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

    Download
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.

    Taereung Royal Tomb in Seoul

    Download
    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 11: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)

    A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Taereung Royal Tomb, located in Seoul, preserved without damage for nearly 500 years in Seoul, South Korea, on September 11, 2020. It is the royal tomb of Queen Munjeong, the second consort of King Jungjong (11th king of Joseon), and stands alongside Gangneung Royal Tomb, King's royal tomb Myeongjong (13th king of Joseon), and his wife, Queen Insun. Both Taereung and Gangneung Royal Tombs are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. As tourists visit Taereung, make a left and stop by the Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty to study royal tombs' history and structure. The royal tombs nestled in a forest with a 1.8-km path that can be traversed in an hour back and forth, making it a great place to explore nature and ruminate on history. Stroll along this forest path and bask in the beams of sunlight shining through groves of various trees, and breathe in some fresh air and phytoncide.