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Daegaya Museum
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대가야박물관은 대가야의 역사와 문화, 그리고 순장 풍습 등에 대해 보고, 느끼고, 체험할 수 있게 만든 새로운 개념의 박물관이자 종합 전시관이다. 대가야박물관은 구석기시대부터 근대시대까지 대가야와 고령 지역의 역사와 문화를 보여주는 상설전시실과 기획전을 개최하는 기획전시실로 되어 있다. 그밖에도 아이들이 체험을 통해 대가야문화를 배울 수 있는 어린이 체험실과 야외전시장, 지산리 제30호 고분과 휴식동산 등이 있어 대가야시대 사람들의 생활상을 쉽게 접하며 이해할 수 있도록 조성되었다.

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上传: 06/07/2011
更新: 12/08/2014
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