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Education History Museum in Dongsan Medical Center
Korea

선교사 Blair가 살았던 주택으로 1910년경 지어진 것올 보입니다.

조선시대 이후 1-6차 교육과정까지 각 시대별 교과서와 서당, 초등학교 교실을
볼 수 있는 교육자료와 3.1운동 당시 일제의 만행과 독립운동 역사관으로
꾸며져 있습니다.
건물옆은 동무생각에 나오는 "청라언덕"입니다.

(대구광역시 유형문화재 제26호)

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Copyright: Wonsoo Lee
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Uploaded: 20/09/2011
Updated: 12/08/2014
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Tags: education-history-museum; dongsan-medical-center; 교육역사박물관; 동산의료원
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