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pyongyang

About the countries – North Korea, Mill North Korea, All about North Korea

North Korea

Full country name: people’s democratic Republic of Korea

Size: 120410 sq. km.

Population: 24 million.

Capital: Pyongyang

Peoples: Koreans

Language: Korean,

Religion: All religions were officially banned after 1950

Government: Communist “dynasty,” the dictatorship of one leader

Industries: arms manufacturing, mechanical engineering, power industry, chemical industry, mining, metallurgy, textile, food.

Main partners: China, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Hong Kong, Russia

Health risks: there is virtually no risk, but due to the fact that Western medicines cannot get it to root here is not too pleasant. The main available means of treatment of traditional Korean medicine, is very similar to Chinese.

Time: GMT plus 9 hours

Power supply: 110/220V, 60Hz

Weights and measures: metric

This country is very suitable for those who wish to plunge into the Soviet era — is one of the few remaining bastions of socialism in the world. A trip to this country will allow Russian tourists to plunge into the past — to see old buildings, monuments, mausoleum. North Korea is one of the most closed country. Any movement on site must be done under the supervision of guides. Historical and cultural heritage of North Korea Continue reading

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