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an ice skating ring has been built in Pyongyang for all to use. Pyongyang, North Korea.
residents walking around one of the mainy squares of Pyongyang. Pyongyang, North Korea.
One of the pins that all people in North Korea are required to wear. They can choose between different designs but it is compulsory to wear one of these pins every day.
A couple's marriage photoshoot in rural Hamhung.
shoes and shirts of school children singing at children's games days. Pyongyang, North Korea.
cool girl at day where students where competing in different disciplines. Pyongyang, North Korea.
The Pyongyang skyline dominated by the impressive pyramid hotel. Building started in 1987 but is apparently finished now.
A female worker waits for a train in the metro in Pyongyang. The metro has 2 lines and 17 stations in total.
man reading a free newspaper in the metro. Pyongyang, North Korea.
school children walking up the stairs of the Russian inspired metro station. Pyongyang, North Korea.
access tunnel to Pyongyang metro. The metro was opened in 1969. Pyongyang, North Korea.
across Pyongyang people are waiting for busses either due to low number of busses or bad planning . Pyongyang, North Korea.
High school students walking together in Pyongyang. Pyongyang, North Korea.
A newlywed couple have a marriage photo shoot at the new war museum in Pyongyang.
People walking among high rise buildings with slogans in the back. There are slogans across the country, both in cities and countryside. Pyongyang, North Korea.
Very few shops are visible on the streets of Pyongyang and with the lack of fuel many people are walking. Pyongyang, North Korea.
cyclist and pedestrians along the Taedong River. With not enough fuel most people have to walk or take a bicycle. Pyongyang, North Korea.
The skyline of Pyongyang with the 105 floor Ryugyong Hotel in the middle . The hotel was started in 1987 and is apparently finished now. Pyongyang, North Korea.
A view of the Pyongyang skyline with a factory in the background.
A view from the Juche tower. Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, has started a new program attempting to build high-rise buildings in record speed.
A bus filled with people in the capital of North Korea. There are long quees for busses across the capital. Pyongyang, North Korea.