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Bridge over dry riverbed at Seoraksan National Park
Korea

A bridge runs over the dry river to the south of Sinheungsa temple in Seoraksan National Park, South Korea.

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The nature reserve protects an area of 163.6 square kilometers and contains many notable high peaks measuring over 1,200 meters above sea level including the highest peak of Soraksan, Daecheongbong, which has an altitude of 1,708 meters. The nature reserve contains mountain ranges of dissected granite and gneiss and is characterized by spectacular rocky hills and ridges. The magnificent natural beauty of Soraksan and the mountain ridges is due to these geographical features. Annual precipitation in Inner Soraksan is 1000 millimeters and 1300 millimeters in Outer Soraksan.

Copyright: Dave Kennard
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Taken: 06/10/2009
送信日: 12/11/2011
更新日: 01/09/2014
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Tags: seoraksan national park; asia; south korea; gangwon-do; sokcho-si; seorak-dong; taebaek mountain range; river; bridge
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