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    Allegory of the unreliability of Spain and the freedom and prosperity of the Seven Provincien, the Dutch Garden,

    Allegory of the unreliability of Spain and the freedom and prosperity of the Seven Provincien, the Dutch Garden, Willem Pietersz. Buytewech, 1615.、クレジット:Album/quintlox/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2022020312987

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    Gazeta de Barcelona, 8 de enero de 1800. Núm. 3. Portada. Biblioteca Histórico Militar de Barcelona. Cataluña. España.

    Gazeta de Barcelona, 8 de enero de 1800. Núm. 3. Portada. Biblioteca Histórico Militar de Barcelona. Cataluña. España.、クレジット:Album/Prisma/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2019082007049

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004705

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004692

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of Flagpole Supports at Suksusa Temtle Site, at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004686

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of Flagpole Supports at Suksusa Temtle Site, at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004711

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of Flagpole Supports at Suksusa Temtle Site, at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004631

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004653

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004730

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004669

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004700

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004663

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004691

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Jidomun at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004654

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Ganghakdang at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004689

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Ganghakdang at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004709

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Gyeonglyeom-jeong at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004702

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Hakgujae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004770

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Hakgujae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004644

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Hakgujae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004634

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004651

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004642

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Ilsinjae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004697

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: during at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004648

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Ilsinjae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004713

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Ilsinjae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004710

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Iryeongdae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004671

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004690

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A detailed view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004694

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Hakgujae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004643

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Hakgujae at the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004629

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004647

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004707

  • 2019年12月20日
    Sosu Seowon

    YEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 20: A view of the the Sosu Seowon in Yeongju, South Korea on December 20, 2019.Sosu Seowon, founded as the first Korean Neo-Confucian Academy in 1542, exerted great influence over academies of next generations by establishing rules for the pursuit of study and ceremonial rites dedicated to scholars of local communities. UNESCO designated a total of nine Seowon including Sosu Seowon as the World Heritage in July 2019 for holding a significant universal value for the excellent preservation of Korea’s Neo-Confucianism tradition and illustration of how Neo-Confucianism developed and adapted in Korea.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004693

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