Daunt Waterway in UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea
A place that implies sanctity: Daunt Waterway
The aqueduct is named after Australian soldier J.P. Daunt, the youngest 17-year-old to be buried in a U.N. memorial park, which implies the sacredness of the boundary between life (green areas) and death (cemeteries). The waterway is 0.7 m wide and 110 m long, and many fish live in the clean water of the Daunt Waterway.
from Daunt Waterway.