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Dolmen in front of Chungbuk National University Museum
Korea

Chungbuk National University Museum was found in 1970, and have over 5,000 artifacts. The museum has two gallery. The first gallery is focused on Paleolithic(old stone age) . The second gallery holds special exhibitions. 

You can see dolmens and stone pagodas which are displayed in open air exhibition.

For more information, refer to http://museum.chungbuk.ac.kr/ (only Korean)

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上传: 26/04/2010
更新: 30/09/2014
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