The foothills west of Mt. Namsan tell the story of Silla's rise and fall through its many historical ruins.
Concerning the mythic birth of King Park Hyeokgeose, Najeong Well is where the baby king was washed and a small inscribed stone remains.
Yangsanjae Shrine cherishes a founder, six times removed, who was in Seorabeol (ancient name for Gyeongju) before the founding of Silla.
Poseokjeong Well witnessed the end of Silla and tells a sad story.
Though the royal pavilion no longer exists, there is still the granite channel though which water once flowed when royal parties and banquets were held there.