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Taegu

Taegu - description of the city:

Located in the southeastern part of the Korean Pеninsula Taegu city is a part of the Province of Gyeongsаngbuk-do province, which is well known bi its tourists attractions such as the ancient Korean capital Gyeongju and the cradle of Korean traditional culture- Andong city. Teagu is spread in a wide valley, surrounded on the north and south by high mountains. the city gained the fame as one of the hottest places in the summer time in Korea. In this region is always retained a special micro-climate: summer is hotter and winter is colder than in other parts of the Korean Peninsula. In order to escape the unbearable heat, the city administration is committed greening the city. There are constantly are opening new parks, fountains, and other sources of freshness and coolness, Due to this Taegu is a clean and green city, where everywhere feel the breath of nature.

Taegu one of the largest cities in Korea. This city has a very long history and possess all necessary tourist infrastructure, with the of sea beaches. Mountains and Buddhist temples monuments of natural historical and cultural heritage, museums and parks-in the city tourists can enjoy outdoor recreation and learn about the rich history and culture of this region. In addition, Taegu is famous for its developed textile and fashion industry, as well as modern medical technology and the significant achievements in the area of eastern traditional medicine, which makes it one of the most poplar centers of medical tourism. Featuring the largest textile factories in Korea Taegu is «at the forefront» of contemporary Korean fashion. On the main streets can be seen a lot of «dudes» dresses in full complicate with the latest fashion trends. Important is the fact that Taegu is considered as the most «focused» on the fashion city, and it is exactly there appear all novelties of the fashion market in order to know the reaction of consumers and assess the viability of a product.                       

Country South Korea
International title Taegu
Population 2,566,540 people
Timezone Asia/Seoul
State Daegu
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 35.87028 x Longitude: 128.59111

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