Historic SKorean landmark collapses ...
“Experts estimate that it will take two to three years to rebuild its architecture and cost some 20 billion won (21 million US dollars)”
An iconic wooden building dating back some 600 years and designated as South Korea's foremost national treasure collapsed early Monday after a fierce fire. via The Age
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