Maps of North Korea

North Korea is a nation that is located on the northern side of the Korean Peninsula. Located in East Asia, North Korea’s capital is Pyongyang and it is also the largest city in the country. The other major cities in the country include Hamhung, Chongjin, Wonsan and Sinuiju. The country is separated from China from two rivers and they are the Tumen River and the Amnok River. The climate of the country is continental and there are four seasons: winter, summer, spring and autumn. The winters are cold and bitter while the summers are rainy, hot and humid. The country also experiences typhoon during the early fall.

The economy of North Korea is centralized, autarkic and industrialized. There are only five socialite states in the world and among these five, only North Korea and Cuba are the two states with state-owned and Government-planned economy. The Tourism Organization manages the tourism of the country. It is true that the tourism sector has increased with the passing of years but not many visitors from the West visit the country. Most of the tourists who visit North Korea are from Japan, Russia and China. It is quite difficult for the citizens of South Korea and United States to get a tourist Visa for North Korea.

Maps of neighboring countries of North Korea

Maps of North Korea. Detailed collection of maps of North Korea. Other maps of North Korea.

Maps of North Korea

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