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Namhansanseong Fortress Promotion Initiatives

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Namhansanseong Fortress (National Historic Site No.57)
Namhansanseong is a fortress enclosing an area of 12.535km (including the attached facilities) built at an elevation of 500m above sea level
Namhansanseong Detached Palace (National Historic Site No.480)
This is a detached palace where the king would stay during his visit. The fortress palace is exceptional in that it has left and right halls which are equivalent to the royal ancestral shrine (Jongmyo) and the land and grain gods shrine (Sajik).
Sueojangdae (Provincial Historic Site No.1)
This is a command post built to enable swift leadership during battles
Sungyeoljeon (Provincial Historic Site No. 2)
This is a command post built to enable swift leadership during battles
Cheongnyangdang (Provincial Historic Site No. 3)
This is a shrine built in honor of Gakseong, Lee Heo, and his wife. Gakseong was a Buddhist priest who built the fortress.
Hyeonjeolsa (Provincial Historic Site No. 4)
This is a shrine built in honor of three patriots who defended the country against Manchurian invaders
Chimgwaejeong (Provincial Historic Site No. 5)
Tradition has it that this was an armory.
Yeonmugwan (Provincial Historic Site No. 6)
This is a martial arts training hall