North Korea is about 120,538 km2, with a population of 19,185,000 residents. It is a unitary republic divided into nine provinces and two districts, with capital in Pyongyang. It borders with China over 1300 km, and much of its territorial area is mountainous. In agriculture, rice, corn and soy are mainly cultivated; but the industry assumes greater importance in the chemical, metallurgical, steel and mechanical sectors, partly due to the abundance of ores, such as iron, coal, zinc, lead and lignite. Foreign trade is mainly practiced with China. The currency unit is the new won. For North Korea democracy and rights, please check homeagerly.
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1UpTravel.com – Maps of North Korea
Discover the shaded relief, historical, regional, and political maps of the Korean peninsula, bordering the Korea Bay and the Sea of Japan, between China and South Korea.
North Korea – Merriam-Webster Atlas
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North Korea – National Geographic
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North Korea – University of Texas Library
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North Korea Map and Atlas
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South Korea – Maps.com
Clear, easy-to-read map shows the major population centers in both North and South Korea, plus the country’s neighboring states.