Shot at Suwon Hwaseong, fortress made by Joseon dynasty in Suwon, South Korea. The tower in the photo is Seobuk Gongsimdon, the Northwest Observation Tower. It was established with the purpose of defending against attacks from the Hwaseomun direction. The fortress is listed on UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The gate in the photo is Paldalmun, the south gate of the fortress. The name means 'open r…(more)
The gate in the photo is Janganmun. 'Jangan' means the capital and it was used when the ro…(more)
The big architecture in the photo was Janganmun, the main gate of the fortress. Some peopl…(more)
The gate in the photo was Hwaseomun, the west gate of the fortress. The road to the gate w…(more)
The inside of the fortress was inscribed as a World Heritage site and prepared. Historical…(more)
The closed wooden gate in the photo was Jungyangmun which was one of the entrances of Hwas…(more)
There was a dark passageway. At the and of it, a figure was crouching. It was too dark to…(more)
It is the largest adobe building in the world, located in Bam, Iran. Unfortunately, the Ci…(more)
A woman putting an umbrella up had just come out of the house and was standing by the ways…(more)
The man was pushing a two-wheeled cart with a gloomy look.…(more)
The old brick building was a school and there were some hole on its wall. It seemed to be…(more)
Shot in Paya Gyi Paya, a temple built around the seventh century.