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    • Population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taehadong, Ulleung
    • Population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taehadong, Ulleung
    • Population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taehadong, Ulleung
    • Population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taehadong, Ulleung
    • Colony of hemlock, pine and beech trees in Daeha-dong
    • Colony of hemlock, pine and beech trees in Daeha-dong
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 Classification Natural Monument   50
 Name of Cultural
 Properties
Population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taehadong, Ulleung
 Kind of Cultural
 Properties
 Quantity 171,792㎡ (Designated area)
 Designated Date 1962.12.03
 Address San 1-1, Taeha-ri, Seo-myeon, Ulleung-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do  Ulleung-gun  Gyeongsangbuk-do
 Age
 Owner
 Manager Ulleung-gun
 Description Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches has thick stems with branches that usually spread upward.

Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines are evergreens that have green leaves throughout the year, while Engler’s Beeches have deciduous broad leaves that appear in the spring and fall.

These three trees are commonly found in Japan, but in Korea, they grow only in Ulleungdo Island.

The population of Siebold Hemlocks, Japanese White Pines, and Engler’s Beeches in Taeha-dong has a special distribution of flora and is also known to have valuable biological properties.

Therefore, it is designated and protected as a natural monument.
 
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