Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. Two weeks ago I went on a photo walk with the Daejeon Photography Group at the National Cemetery in Daejeon. I had never been there, but had been told that lots of people go there to jog, etc. I always thought this a bit strange. However, when I got there, I realized why. The place is huge, and a great place to jog or walk away from the busy traffic. The National Cemetery is where the service men and women who died in the Korean War are buried. There are 7 or 8 of these cemeteries around Korea.
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This beautiful horse sculpture is at the entrance…
There’s an open air museum where you can view war planes, tanks, etc….
Every headstone has a bouquet of artificial flowers…
Having a picnic…
Sculpture at the epitaph…
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How to get there, etc…Daejeon National Cemetery
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