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남산골 한옥마을-윤택영재실,namsangol korean village
Seoul
이 가옥은 조선 제27대 순종(純宗)의 장인(丈人) 해풍부원군 윤택영이 그의 딸이 동궁(東宮)의 계비(繼妃)로 책봉(冊封)(1906)되어 창덕궁(昌德宮)에 들어갈 때 지은 집으로 전한다. 동대문구 제기동 224번지에 있던 것을 이곳 남산골 한옥마을에 이전 및 복원하였다. 이 집의 평면은 우리나라에서 보기 드문 '元(원)'자 모양인데 제일 윗터에 사당(祠堂)을 배치하고 그 아랫터에는 몸채를 두었다. 사당은 1960년 4.19 혁명 때 불에 타서 없어졌던 것을 복원하였으며, 사당 앞에 두 단의 석축(石築)을 쌓아 화계(花階)를 구성하였다. 몸채는 일고주오량가(一高柱五樑架)이고 앞채는 삼량가(三樑架)이다. 장대석(長臺石) 기단(基壇)과 방형초석(方形礎石), 그리고 일부에는 굴도리를 사용하여 집의 격식(格式)을 높였다. 참조:http://hanokmaeul.seoul.go.kr/jsp/intro020202.jsp
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