Korea Racing Authority Equine Museum

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The Korea Racing Authority Equine Museum (Korean: 마사박물관) is a horse museum in Gwacheon, South Korea. Established on September 13, 1988 to compliment Equestrianism at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul,[1]it has over 50,000 visitors annually in a variety of audiences, ranging from the elderly to children. It has roughly 1,500 exhibits in 123 square meters of showroom space. In 2008, a special exhibition was held running over 100 years of horse racing, and in 2009 hosted modern artwork, including painting, sculpture, ceramics and photographs related to horses.

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  1. ^ Korea Now. Korea Herald. p. 45. Retrieved 24 December 2012. 

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Coordinates: 37°26′52″N 127°00′44″E / 37.447864°N 127.012124°E / 37.447864; 127.012124