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National Treasures of Japan
The Japanese Exhibition At The British Museum,LondonThe origins of the British Museum lie in the will of the physician, naturalist and collector, Sir Hans Sl...
Australian Living Treasures
Australian National Living Treasures are people who have made outstanding contributions to Australian society in any field of human endeavour. In 1997 the National Trust of Australia (NSW) called for ...
National Treasures of Japan
National Treasures (国宝: kokuhō) are the most precious of Japan's Tangible Cultural Properties, as determined and designated by the Agency for Cultural Affairs (a subsidiary of the Ministry of Educati...
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National Treasures of South Korea
The National Treasures of Korea are a numbered set of tangible treasures, artifacts, sites, and buildings which are recognized by the South Korean government as having exceptional artistic, cultural a...
National Treasures of South Korea - Wikipedia
National Treasures of North Korea
Designated national treasures of North Korea are tangible artifacts, sites, and buildings deemed to have significant historical or artistic value.
National Treasures of North Korea - Wikipedia
List of National Treasures of Japan (paintings)
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897.The definition and the criteria have changed since the inception of the term. These paintings adhere to the...
List of National Treasures of Japan (paintings) - Wikipedia
Jennie George
Jennie George, AO (born 28 August 1947) is an Australian politician, and former Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives from November 2001 to July 2010, representing t...
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Bill Crews (clergyman)
Reverend William David "Bill" Crews AM (born 1944 in England), an Australian Christian Minister of the Uniting Church, is the minister of the Ashfield parish in Sydney's inner west. Crews is the found...
Sungryong Hall
Sungnyong Hall is a shrine dedicated to the founding kings of ancient Korea located in the center of Pyongyang, North Korea. It is listed as National Treasure #6.
Sungnyong Hall was constructed in...
Gabi Hollows
Gabi Hollows AO (born Gabrielle Beryl O'Sullivan, 21 May 1953) is one of Australia's 100 Living Treasures. She was also given the Advance Australia Award for Community Service, and was made Paul Harri...
Silsangsa Temple
Silsangsa Temple(in Hangul:실상사, in Hanja:實相寺) is a temple of the Jogye order located in Namwon of North Jeolla Province in South Korea. The temple is a branch temple of the Geumsan Temple in Iksan. Al...
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Caroline Jones
Caroline Jones AO (born Caroline Mary James; 1 January 1938) is an Australian radio and television journalist and social commentator.
Jones joined the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in ...
Pohyonsa
Pohyon-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located in Hyangsan county in North Pyong'an Province, North Korea. It is located within the Myohyang Mountains. Founded under the Koryo dynasty at the start of t...
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National treasure
The idea of national treasure, like national epics and national anthems, is part of the language of Romantic nationalism, which arose in the late 18th century and 19th centuries. Nationalism is an ide...
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Lists of National Treasures of Japan
The following articles list National Treasures of Japan:
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Seongjusa
126°39′20″E / 36.344267°N 126.655585°E / 36.344267; 126.655585Historic site of Seongjusa temple(in Hangul:성주사지, in Hanja:聖住寺址) is no.307 South Korean historic site in Boryeong...
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Fairy Queen (locomotive)
The Fairy Queen is a steam locomotive, plying between the Indian capital of New Delhi and Alwar, in Rajasthan. It was certified by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 as being the world's oldest one...
Garry McDonald (actor)
Garry George McDonald AO (born 30 October 1948) is an Australian stage, film and television actor. He is known for his portrayal of the bawdy Wollongong interviewer and Gold Logie award winning chara...
Australian Breastfeeding Association
The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is an Australian organisation of people interested in the promotion and protection of breastfeeding. Amongst these are breastfeeding women and their part...
Kaesimsa
Kaesim-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located in the famous Chilbosan Mountains, North Hamgyong Province, North Korea. Founded in 826 under the Palhae kingdom and restored in 1377 by the Koryo dynasty...
Dopiansa
Dopiansa temple (in Hangul:도피안사, in Hanja:倒彼岸寺) is a 10-century-old Korean temple in Cheorwon County, Gangwon Province. Great monk Doseon constructed a metal-made Buddhist statue to enshrine in Anyang...
Myōtsū-ji
Myōtsū-ji (明通寺) is a Shingon temple in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. The Kamakura-period Hondō and three-storey pagoda are both National Treasures, a number of Heian-period statues have been des...
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Walter Mikac
Walter Mikac is an Australian pharmacist who became widely known in the aftermath of the Port Arthur massacre, where his wife Nanette Mikac (née Moulton) and daughters, six-year-old Alannah Mikac and ...
Living National Treasure
Living National Treasure or Living Human Treasure is a title awarded in several countries, and denotes a person or a group which is regarded as a national treasure while still alive.
In 1950, the ...
List of National Treasures of Japan (crafts: swords)
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897,although the definition and the criteria have changed since the introduction of the term. The swords and sw...
List of National Treasures of Japan (crafts: swords) - Wikipedia
Gakhwangjeon Hall
Gakhwangjeon Hall is a hall of worship at Hwaeomsa, a Buddhist temple in Gurye, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. It is one of the monastery's two principal halls and overlooks the northwest end of the cour...
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