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Sariwon

Sariwŏn is the only childrens hospital based Hungarians in the 1950-ies in the region as a whole, it serves 16 districts and 500.000 children and Teens annually.

Chongju

Chŏngju is a si, or city, in the southern part of the Northern province Pyŏngan, North Korea. Until 1994, he was appointed kun, or County. The terrain is mostly level, but mountainous in the North. To the South lies Chŏngju plain, where the hills ...

Hyesan

Hyesan is a city in the Northern Ryanggang province of North Korea. It is a centre for river transport, and also the center of distribution of the product. It is also the administrative center of the province of Ryanggang. As of 2008, the citys p ...

Hungnam

Hŭngnam district Hamhung, the second largest city in North Korea. It is a port city on the East coast on the Japan sea coast. It is only eight miles from the slightly inland city of Hamhung. In 2005, he became the ward of Hamhung.

Sinpo

Sinpho-port city on the Japan sea coast in Central South Hamgyŏng province, North Korea. According to the latest census, about 152.759 people live here.

Kaechon

In Myohyangsan, Changansan, Chŏnsŏngsan, and Chŏngryongsan of the mountain ranges combined into a Kaechŏn. The highest peak Paektapsan. The most important rivers Chŏngchŏn and the river Taedong. The area of the city is 61% forested.

Pyongsong

Pyŏngsŏng is a city in North Korea, the capital of the southern province Pyŏngan in the West of North Korea. The town is situated approximately 32 kilometres North-East of Pyŏngyang, and was formally established in December 1969. It has a populat ...

Chunggang County

Chunggang County is a kun, or County, in Northern Chagang province, North Korea. It was originally part of Huchang County in Ryanggang, and for this reason old sources still identify it as part of Huchang. The district was originally known as Chu ...

Tongsin County

County Tongsin is a kun, or County, in southern Chagang province, North Korea. Borders Ryongrim and Chonchon to the North, and Yongwon Taehung County in South-Do in the South and East, and Huichon and seonghwan to the West and South-West. Origina ...

Anbyon County

Anbyŏn is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. Originally included in South Hamgyŏng province, he was transferred to Kangwŏn province in a September 1946 reshuffling of local government.

Changdo County

Changdo lies to the West of mount taebaek, in the region Ryŏngsŏ of Kangwŏn, but, nevertheless, quite strong. The highest point is Okpatpong 옥밭봉, 1240 m above sea level. Changdo lies to the North of the Korean demilitarized zone. The main thre ...

Chonnae County

Chŏnnae County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. Originally a part Munchŏn, it was made a separate district as part of a General reorganization of local government in December 1952.

Chorwon County

Chŏrwŏn County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. Part of the once a single County together with the County of the same name, in South Korea, other parts were added from neighboring counties in the 1952 reorganization of local ...

Hoeyang County

The countys area is mostly mountainous, with the East Korean and Kwangju ranges both passing through the County. Two pools, pool Hoeyang and Changdo to the pool, to interrupt the terrain. The highest point is Piryubong at Kŭmgangsan. The chief of ...

Ichon County

Ichŏn County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province of Kangwŏn, North Korea. The terrain is predominantly high and mountainous, the highest point is Myongidoksan, 1.585 meters above sea level. In countys borders are along Masingryong and r ...

Kimhwa County

Kimhwa County is mostly mountainous, but the countys South-East region is low-lying. The highest peak Paegyŏnsan 백연산. The main flow of the river Pukhan. About 80% of the countys area is forest.

Kosan County

The district is mostly mountainous terrain. The Central area forms a pool. In countys highest point is Chuaesan. The main streams include Namdaechŏn, Ryongjiwŏnchŏn, and Namsanchŏn. There are a total of 13 reservoirs. The forest is about 63.8% of ...

Kumgang County

Kŭmgang County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. Kŭmgang is located directly to the North of the Korean demilitarized zone. It was formed in 1952 from part of the County of Hoeyang, and those sections of the young, and Rinje ...

Pangyo County

Pangyo County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. In December 1952, during the Korean war, Pangyo was formed as a separate County from five myŏn from Ichŏn-gun and Yujin-myŏn from Pyŏnggang-gun. Myŏn was an administrative unit ...

Poptong County

It is located between Masingryŏng and ranges Ahobiryŏng, and 90% of the district is more than 400 meters above sea level. The highest point is Turyusan. Only 5% of this rugged County consists of level land. The chief streams of the river Rimjin, ...

Pyonggang County

Pyŏnggang County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. It borders SEPO to the North, Chŏrwŏn South Ichŏn to the West, and Kimhwa to the East.

Sepo County

In the district is mostly mountainous, and is traversed Masingryŏng and Kwangju ranges. There are numerous mountains outside these two ranges as well. The chief streams include Namdaechŏn, Yongjichŏn, and Komitanchŏn 고미탄천. 75% of the countys ...

Tongchon County

Tongchŏn County is a kun, or County, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. It is bordered by the Japan sea to the North and East. Famous people from Tongchŏn former Chairman of Hyundai Chung Ju Yung, who is believed to have been born there.

Hwadae County

Hwadae County is a County in southern North Hamgyong province, the DPRK, with an area of about 460 km2 and a population of about 70.000. It adjoins the sea of Japan on the East and South. By land it borders Kimchaek and Kilchu to the West, and My ...

Kilju County

The area around Kilju was part of the ancient Kingdom of Goguryeo, and was long inhabited by various Jurchen tribes. In 1107 it was annexed by Goryeo, who gave it the current name means "province of good luck." After the ascension of Joseon, Kilj ...

Kyonghung County

Kyŏnghŭng County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province of Hamgyong, North Korea. Formerly known as the County Ŭndŏk, from 1977 to 2010. The County is bordered by China to the North-East. With the exception of the South-West, it is dominat ...

Kyongsong County

In the West and southwest, Kyŏngsŏng is surrounded by mountains, in the East it borders Kyŏngsŏng Bay in the sea of Japan East of the Korean Bay. In the coastal zone, several small plains are found, including Kyŏngsŏng plain. Numerous small strea ...

Kyongwon County

Kyŏngwŏn County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province of Hamgyong, North Korea, located at 42°4841"N 130°1158"e, formerly known as Saebyŏl. It is bordered by peoples Republic of China on the North and East, Kyonghung in the South-East, Ho ...

Musan County

Musan County is a County in the Central part of the Northern province of Hamgyong, North Korea. It is bordered by China to the North, across the river Tumangan. It is divided into one ŭp, six labor districts, and fifteen Ri. County-the town of Mu ...

Myonggan County

County Myŏnggan, formerly known as Hwasŏng County, is a kun, or County, in the Northern province of Hamgyong, North Korea. Unlike many Korean districts that date from the Joseon dynasty, Hwasong was created after liberation. Yŏngan was establishe ...

Orang County

Ŏrang County is a kun, or County, in North Hamgyŏng province, North Korea. It is located on the Japan sea coast. Originally part of County Kyŏngsŏng, Ŏrang was established in 1952 after the division of Korea.

Puryong County

Most of the County is mountainous, crossed by a series of Hamgyŏng and around spur. The highest point is Kosŏngsan Chosŏngŭl: 고성산, Hancha: 姑城山, 1.754 meter above the sea level. Many other high peaks are also in the area. The main thread Sus ...

Yonsa County

Yŏnsa County is a kun, or County, in North Hamgyŏng province, North Korea. It was created after the division of Korea, being separated from Musan County in the 1952 reorganization of local government.

Hwangju County

Hwangju is bounded on the North-West of Sariwŏn, North-East of the Songrim and Kangnam, South-West Yŏntan to the South, and Pongsan and in the South-East Ŭnchŏn

Kaepung County

Kaepung County was a County in the province of North Hwanghae, North Korea. Previously part of the urban area Kaesong, the district was merged with the North Hwanghae, when Kaesong was demoted in 2003. The square is the site of the Royal tombs of ...

Kumchon County

Kŭmchŏn bordered on the West of Kaesong, on the South by Kaepung, North-West of Tosan, and to the North of the mountains. Pakbong 562 m and Singye County. It is bordered to the East by the river Ryesŏng, Pyŏngsan, and Pongchŏn County in South Hwa ...

Changsong County

Changsŏng County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province of North Phyŏngan, North Korea. It is bordered by Pyŏktong to the East, Tongchang and Taegwan to the South, Sakchu to the West, to the North, he is confronted with China on the river ...

Cholsan County

Chŏlsan County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province Pyŏngan, North Korea. He is Chŏlsan Peninsula, which juts out into the Yellow sea. Border Chŏlsan Yŏmju and Tongrim counties in the North and is bordered on all other sides by water.

Chonma County

Chŏnma County is a kun, or County, in North-Western province North Pyŏngan, North Korea. It borders the city of Kusŏng County and Taegwan to the East, Sonchŏn and Tongrim counties to the South, Ŭiju and Pihyŏn counties in the West County and Sakc ...

Hyangsan County

Hyangsan County is a kun, or County, in the Northern province Pyŏngan, North Korea. It was created after the division of Korea, of the part of the County Nyŏngbyŏn. In the area of mount Myohyangsan, which is on the border countys, was developed a ...

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