The capital of the DPRK and its political, economic and cultural heart. Housing around 2 million people, it is a city of monumental architecture and strong political symbolism, hosting many of the country’s flagship projects. It is also a verdant, green city with wide open boulevards, parks and leisure grounds. Pyongyang has by far the most places of interest in the country and therefore all tours will generally spend several days there. It is currently experiencing something of a construction boom and there has been a large increase in recent years of sites opening to tourists.
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