Records of the Breath of the Earth
Since the birth of the Earth, the Mudeungsan region has been recording about 2 billion years.
The solid foundation made during thepre-Cambrian era was strengthened by heat and pressure, and covered with lime and sandbags during the time of thegonigen, which was briefly submerged in the warm, shallow sea. Later in the middle ages, sedimentation basins opened, and violent volcanic activities that shook the entire Korean Peninsula surprised the dinosaurs, and the fierce rain, wind and cold that were in the Neolithic Age carved the pieces of time and brought them to their present form.
As such, the Mudeungsan region has recorded the breath of the earth from the pre-Cambrian period to the present, leaving us valuable evidence that it is a geological heritage.
STAGE 01 Precambrian Era
Granite gneiss(Damyang Saminsan Mountain, Hwasung-dong Riho Handong Garden, etc.)
STAGE 02 Paleozoic
limestone, Quartzite(Hwasun Paik Ah-san)
STAGE 03 Mesozoic - Jurassic
Gwangju granite(corrugated black clouded granite, Semi-phase granite, black-floated granite, and Bok-un-mo granite)
STAGE 04 Mesozoic - Cretaceous
sedimentary rocks, such as sandstone and lignite, and cochlear rocks
STAGE 05 Mesozoic - Cretaceous
STAGE 06 Mesozoic - Cretaceous
Mudeungsan Eunghoeam, Dogok Yumunam, Dado Eunghoeam
STAGE 07 Mesozoic - Cretaceous
unmatured granite granite
STAGE 08 the fourth stage of the Cenozoic Era
Mudeungsan Eunghoe Rock, Soil (Punghua soil)