Jungyangmun In Hwaseong Haenggung

Jungyangmun in Hwaseong Haenggung
Shot at Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon, South Korea tetsuOzawa

The symbol for Taiji was drawn on the closed door of Jungyangmun

The closed wooden gate in the photo was Jungyangmun which was one of the entrances of Hwaseong Haenggung palace in the fortress. Its name was written in Chinese characters on the tablet hung on the gate. The architecture built on the other side of this gate was the main hall of this palace.

The symbol for Taiji was drawn on the door. Commonly, it is thought its birthplace was china. Yet some people alleged it came from Korea.

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PHOTO DATA

No

8153

Shooting Date

Jul 2008

Posted On

December 12, 2013

Place

Suwon, South Korea

Genre

Architectural Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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