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Facts about South Korea

Do you plan to visit South Korea? If so, you really made the right choice. It is famous for its unique culture and heritage. A few interesting facts about this fascinating country.

Officially, the name — the Republic of Korea, South Korea is one of the most advanced countries of the world. South Korea is located in Eastern Asia, in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. It borders North Korea to the North. The state was born in 1948, when Korea was divided, resulting in two new States. After the separation of the two countries for more than fifty years old are at war. Still no peace agreement between them, and what exists today, it’s just a truce ,to put an end to the fighting.

South Korea facts

The total area is 38,462 South Korea.49 square miles. Seoul, the capital of South Korea is one of the busiest places in the world, with plenty of business activity and trade. Samsung and Hyundai, Lotte some of the most famous brands in the world are in South Korea.

A Brief History

• In Korean mythology there is a story about how the Korean nation was born. This is the story that God came down from heaven and transformed a bear into a woman. He married her, and she gave birth to a son, dangun, the founder of Korea. Dangun established the first capital of the Korean nation in the year 2333 BC and called it Joseon — “the Continue reading

Country in Southeast Asia

The unitary form of the territorial device

With the form of government – constitutional monarchy

The capital Tokyo was founded in the mid 15th century.

GDP (million US $) 3150000 (2000)

Population (thousand) 127096

The official language is Japanese

Monetary unit — yen

Japan is a chain of Islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Shikoku, architect. Ruku etc. all about 4 thousand. by the Pacific ocean, Japan, Okhotsk and East China seas.

Japan is a chain of Islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Shikoku, architect. Ruku etc. all about 4 thousand. by the Pacific ocean, Japan, Okhotsk and East China seas.

The relief is predominantly mountainous. Numerous active and extinct volcanoes, including the highest point of Japan is mount Fuji (on O. Honshu, 3776 m). Frequent earthquakes. The Pacific coast is exposed to tsunami.

The ethnic composition is almost homogenous – 99% of the population are Japanese. The population of 127 million Continue reading

Japan: the sights and monuments of culture

Japan being a small island state, has a great economic potential and rich cultural heritage. It’s amazing how generously nature has endowed this region, while the geographical location allows us to observe the change of all four seasons. Historical monuments and modern techniques coexist in the wonderful country.

Sites of Japan’s diverse and extremely interesting, and every year you can watch the endless stream of tourists and travellers who visit this state.

Historical monuments of Japan

Places of Japan are so varied and numerous that for a visual interpretation of the review would be better to make a conditional division. For lovers of Antiques and exquisite style are advised to visit the Himeji castle, located at the foot of scenic mount Hime in Hyogo Prefecture. This building is an echo of the era of the samurai, which was recorded in the UNESCO list in 1993 as a world heritage site. It was built in the 14th century and for two centuries it withstood many battles.

When the building passed into the hands of the warlord Hideyoshi Toyotomi, except the walls, little remained. During the period, 1601-1609 castle underwent reconstruction, which introduces an elegant tower, comprising of seven tiers, and beyond that, a whole bunch of towers auxiliary values. It can be noted that the building Continue reading

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