Ornamental paint is shown under the roofs of South Korea`s foremost historical treasure, Namdaemun (South Gate), which was engulfed in flames lit by an arsonist on February 10, 2008. The 600-year-old landmark listed as `National Treasure Number One` is ready to return in late December after nearly five years of restoration.Nov 12, 2012FULL STORY
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