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Cheomseongdae is an astronomical observatory in Gyeongju, South Korea. Cheomseongdae means star-gazing tower in Korean. Cheomseongdae is one of the oldest surviving observatories in East Asia, and one of the oldest scientific installations on Earth. It dates to the 7th century to the time of kingdom of Silla, which had its capital in Gyeongju. Cheomseongdae was designated as the country's 31st national treasure on December 20 1962.

Tomb of the General

Chinese scholars believe this is the tomb of King Jangsu and his consort but most Korean scholars believe that Jangsu's tomb is in Pyongyang, North Korea.

Tomb of Oujin

2004 Indian Ocean earthquake

Grand cross (astrology)

measurement tool for yearly rainfall

The main asteroid belt (shown in white) is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

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