Check out these 24 surprising photos that show a different size of North Korea.
North Korea has its own Arch de Triumph, which consists of 25,500 blocks— the number of days that President Kim Il-Sung had been alive when the structure was opened to the public.
Four bikers ride along a North Korean road.
One of the entrances to Pyongyang is the Monument to the Three-Point Charter for National Reunification.
A group of workers walk home after a day at work in the fields.
Many of the vehicles run on gas produced by burning wood due to the high cost of oil.
The snow-covered mountains provide a perfect place to ski, even though no one else was out enjoying the slopes. Most people in the country don’t know how to ski.
The view of the mountains is breathtaking.
It takes about 40 minutes to get to the top via a series of ski lifts. Fifty dollars will rent you all the ski equipment and passes that you need for the day.
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