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Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)

  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
  • Samseongsan Holy Ground (삼성산성지)
Address
454-16, Hoam-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 관악구 호암로 454-16 (신림동)
Type
Temples/ Religious Sites
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-875-2271
  • Information
    Introduction
    During the Gihae Persecution of 1839, three French Catholic priests were sentenced to death for spreading Catholicism in Korea. Saint Laurent Joseph Marius Imbert (Bishop), Saint Pierre Philibert Maubant (Priest), and Saint Jacques Honore Chastan (Priest) were beheaded on September 21, 1839 at Saenamteo (currently Saenamteo Catholic Holy Place of the Martyrs) and their bodies were buried at Samseongsan Mountain and later transferred to the grotto of Myeondong Cathedral.

    Telephone
    +82-2-875-2271

    Fax
    +82-2-875-2275

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

    Maximum Occupancy
    100 people

    Admission Fees
    Free

    Pets
    Not permitted

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