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Gimhae National Museum and the Gaya National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage co-organized a special exhibition, titled “The House-shaped Pottery,” showcasing artifacts that can help visitors learn about the homes of people during the Gaya Confederacy (42-562). Gimhae, South Gyeongsang, was once the capital of the Gaya Confederacy. [GIMHAE NATIONAL MUSEUM]

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