Gyeongsang Gamyeong Park was built to preserve the site of the Gyeongsang Gamyeong during the Joseon Dynasty.
"Gamyeong" means a provincial office where governors did their duties during the Joseon Dynasty.
From 1910 to 1965, there was a building in North Gyeongsang Province here,
and it was created as a park in 1970 after the provincial government moved.
Since then, it has been renamed as Gyeongsangyeong Park in 1997 to publicize and preserve it.
Daegu office broke down walls that hurt the city's beauty ,rebuilt the entire park, and utilized cultural heritage
related to Daegu's history as an educational venue.
Gyeongsang Gamyeong Park is a downtown garden located in the heart of Daegu and is well-built with green forests, beautiful flower gardens and grass squares to relieve fatigue and stress accumulated in the complex urban life.
It has cool fountains, parks, music, cozy walking trails and benches, so it is a great place to visit.
Address : 99 Gamyeong Park, Gyeongsang Gamyeong-gil, Jung-gu, Daegu
Inside the park are Seonhwadang (Daegu Tangible Cultural Property 1)
where Gyeongsang Gamyeong governors did their duties
and Jingcheonggak (Daegu Tangible Cultural Property 2)
, which was used as a residence for Gyeongsang Gamyeong governors,
and a total of 29 monuments erected by descendants to honor beneficiant government.
Seonhwadang is of great value given that there are not many remaining government buildings.
Other sites include the main gate, a fountain, a stone wall, a gravel walkway, and a bell for unification of the country.
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