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English: Anapji, an artificial pond located in Gyeongju National Park, South Korea. Gyeongju was the ancient capital of the Silla kingdom and the pond was constructed by order of King Munmu in 674 CE. Anapji is situated at the northeast edge of the Banwolseong palace site, in central Gyeongju. It contains three small islands.
한국어: 안압지, 현재 대한민국 경주자연공원에 위치한 인공호수로 신라 문무왕의 지시로 674년에 건축되었다. 안압지는 경주 중앙, 반월성 자리 북동쪽 가장자리에 자리잡으며, 3개의 작은 섬을 포함한다
Date 19 September 2006, 17:33
Source anapji lake
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Author riNux from Taipei, Taiwan


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