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Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea. This large city is situated in the west part of the country. The name Pyongyang means “the place that is always cozy”. When arriving in the city, it is easy to understand why this North Korean city has such a pleasant name. The area near Pyongyang impresses generations of travelers with its picturesque and unforgettable beauty. Indeed, the city is incredibly cozy. Opposite to other capitals of the world, Pyongyang has a calm and peaceful atmosphere. People do not hurry anywhere, and there are not many cars on the streets. Because of this, it is comfortable and trouble-free to visit all major landmarks of the capital and familiarize yourself with the main traditions of the Koreans. According to a local legend, Pyongyang was founded in 1122 BC. This is when the legendary king Dangun established a settlement called Wanggeom-seong. This city was the capital of the ancient state of Gojoseon. However, many historians have doubts regarding this legend and think the city was founded only at the beginning of our age. When the Han dynasty captured the territory of Gojoseon, the emperor established four commanderies in the region. The capital was moved to Nanglang, an area near Pyongyang. The city remained in the shadow until 313 when Goguryeo became the dominating force in the region. The new ruler returned the capital to Pyongyang in 427. Two hundred and forty years later, the Korean kingdom Silla together with the Tang dynasty of … Read further

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Young visitors to Pyongyang will find it very interesting to attend the local zoo. This cute park and shelter for different animals opened in 1959, during the reign of Kim Il-sung. Nowadays, the city zoo has become home to more than five thousand different animals. In total, more than six hundred and fifty different species live here. In comfortable cages, visitors can see giant elephants and dangerous tigers, … Open

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