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Gyeongbokgung Palace

Uploaded by: dinnmsu

Saturday December 8, 2012

Seoul, South Korea

Caption: in central Seoul, Korea, on a sunny, clear and very cold wintery day in early December. This is one of several such sights in Seoul, all of them amazingly beautiful and peaceful in the middle of that buzzing city. Interesting information about this palace's history can be found in the wikipedia entry. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyeongbokgung

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1. ruralartist
12:49 PM GMT on December 08, 2012
Love the colorful dress amid the white dusting of snow!
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About dinnmsu

dinnmsu

Instead of settling down in Europe I have now moved on to far eastern Asia, where it looks as if I'll stay for a while. Quite a change, a big adjustment from quiet country living to life in the mega city that is Seoul, South Korea.

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