‘Iron and Tune’ exhibition introduces Gaya Confederation’s coexistence and harmony
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‘Iron and Tune’ exhibition introduces Gaya Confederation’s coexistence and harmony


the Kia Confederation is a lesser-known
part of Korea’s early history due to the three more powerful kingdoms cougar
Shilla and picture but to shed light on the cultural and historical heritage of
kaya the National Museum of Korea is holding a special exhibition on the
ancient Confederation Connie Lee reports for the first time since 1991 the
National Museum of Korea has a special exhibition on the ancient Confederation
of kaya under the title kaya spirit iron and tuned with twelve states joining
together kaya was an ancient Confederation that lasted for about five
hundred years to the sixth century in the central southern region of the
Korean Peninsula kaya’s nature is coexistence so through
this exhibition we hope visitors can learn how the twelve states of gaya were
able to live in harmony hopefully it can remind people that coexistence is still
an important value we should pursue in today’s society the special exhibition
displays a total of about 2,600 relics collected from 31 Institute’s including
the Samsung Museum of Art Liam and the Tokyo National Museum divided into four
chapters coexistence harmony power and prosperity the exhibition offers a
collection of party and ornaments from various regions of Kaia made by the
ancient Confederations most skilled workers this iron armor which is now
Korea’s designated treasure number 2020 she y kaya is often dubbed as the
kingdom of iron caius unparalleled iron working skills
at the time allowed it to equip its soldiers with iron armor helmets and
swords so they could protect their land against the three big kingdoms Korea
Shilla and petty a the special exhibition of Kaia at the National
Museum of Korea will run through March 1st next year after that it will be on
display at the Busan museum before heading to the National Museum of
Japanese history and the National Kyushu Museum in Japan conn-young Arirang news

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