Natural monuments of South Korea

Natural monuments of South Korea

This is a partial list of the natural monuments of South Korea, as designated by the Cultural Heritage Administration of South Korea. As of December 2006, a total of 473 natural monuments had been designated; of these, 394 were still on the list, while the others had been removed for various reasons.


ee also

*Environment of South Korea
*Natural monuments of North Korea
*Cultural Heritage Administration


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