The main royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty. I was mindblown with the landscape and architecture of Gyeongbokgung! Paul loves visiting these kinds of landmarks and despite the long walks under the sun, it was all worth it.
One of my favorite memories when visiting Seoul was renting a hanbok (traditional Korean outfit) and walking around the Gyeongbok Palace to take pictures as if I was living there at that time. The dresses are very ornate and look beautiful with the majesty of the palace.
I would recommend this place for any future sightseers in Seoul. It is something that should be experienced and would be enjoyed by anyone who loves great pictures of themselves.
Put yourself in the middle of Korea’s history 🙂
Pigeon houses are carved into Cappadocia’s famous rock formations, hence the abundance of pigeons inhabiting this area. For those who love he outdoors you can hike around the are and see the pigeons and the rock formations up close.
Another famous landmark in the area is the Wish Tree. It’s is a tree adorned with the famous Evil Eye. If you want to make a wish, you can buy an evil eye ornament in the gift shop nearby and hang it on the tree.
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