Cultural Landscapes of Korea

Taken by Andrew Cheng, ETA ’12-14, Jenna Gibson, ETA ’11-13, Katelyn Hemmeke, ETA ’12-14, Helen Li, ETA ’13-14, Ryan Schmidt, ETA ’12-14, Neal Singleton, ETA ’12-14 and Amy Tseng, ETA ’12-14
The World Heritage Committee describes a “cultural landscape” as a particular interaction between man and nature that is “illustrative of the evolution of human society and settlement over time.” These photos reveal the variety of cultural landscapes that can be found in Korea, from frenetic cityscapes to the calm remoteness of a Buddhist temple. Originally published alongside Volume 6, this gallery has been updated with photos from Volume 7, Issue 1.

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