Foreign relations of North Korea
The foreign relations of North Korea (officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) have been shaped by its conflict with South Korea and its historical ties with world Communism. Both the gov...
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Mayang Chosuji
Mayang Reservoir is a 376 ha artificial lake, or reservoir, lying in the mountains of North Hamgyong Province of North Korea at an altitude of 720 m above sea level. It is one of North Kore...
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Education in North Korea
Education in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is universal and state funded schooling by the government. The national literacy rate for citizens 15 years of age and older is over 99 pe...
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Dok-do
Dok-do is a small, rocky island in the north-eastern East Sea lying about 15 km off the western coast of North Korea. It rises to a height of 85 m and has an area of 18 ha. Based on s...
List of border incidents involving North Korea
The following is a partial list of border incidents involving North Korea since the Korean Armistice Agreement of July 27, 1953, ended large scale military action of the Korean War. Most of these inc...
List of North Korean defectors in South Korea
This is a list of North Korean defectors in South Korea. North Korean defectors typically received a great deal of media attention in the past; however, as their numbers increase, this is becoming les...
List of airports in North Korea
This is a list of airports in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. North Korea may have as many as 78 usable airfields, although the state's secrecy makes it difficult to ascertain their number...
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Kyongam Pavilion
Kyongam Pavilion is a garden pavilion built in Sariwon, Hwanghaebukdo in North Korea. The pavilion was built during Joseon Dynasty.The title was named after the famous attraction, Kyongam mountain, wh...
List of universities in North Korea
This is a list of universities in North Korea. There are more than 300 colleges and universities.
Embassy of North Korea in Moscow
The Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in Moscow is the chief diplomatic mission of North Korea in the Russian Federation. It is located at 72 Mosfilmovskaya Street (Russian: Мос...
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ISO 3166-2:KP
ISO 3166-2:KP is the entry for North Korea (officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardi...
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Lake Samilpo
Lake Samilpo is an 80 ha freshwater lake in south-eastern Kangwon Province in south-eastern North Korea. It lies about 2 km from the coast of the Sea of Japan and 9 km north-west of the...
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Sogam-do, Daegam-do, Zung-do, Ae-do and Hyengzedo Islands Important Bird Area
The Sogam-do, Daegam-do, Zung-do, Ae-do and Hyengzedo Islands Important Bird Area comprises a group of small islands, with a collective area of 18 ha, in the north-eastern Yellow Sea, lying close...
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List of Korean War Medal of Honor recipients
This list represents all of the 146 United States military personnel who received the Medal of Honor for valor in combat during the Korean War. 98 Medals of Honor were awarded posthumously.The Korean ...
List of Korean War Medal of Honor recipients - Wikipedia
North Korean leader's residences
There are more than a dozen leader’s residences in North Korea according to Kim Jong-il’s former bodyguard Lee Young-kuk. Many of the residences were identified on satellite images in the North Korea ...
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Sungnyong Hall
Sungnyong Hall is a shrine dedicated to the founding kings of ancient Korea located in the center of Pyongyang, North Korea. It is listed as National Treasure #6.
Sungnyong Hall was constructed in...
Cultural assets of North Korea
Designated cultural assets of North Korea are tangible artifacts, sites, and buildings deemed to have significant historical or artistic value. They are not, however, considered important enough to me...
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