Price: 3.00 euro Size: 19x10cm./7.4×3.9inch. Size unfolded: 59x29cm./23.2×11.4inch. Weight: 21gr./0.7oz.
Guide to Hamhung City, propably made in the late 1970’s, early 1980’s. Hamhung is North Korea’s second largest city, and the capital of South Hamgyong Province. With an estimated population of 768,551, Hamhung is the second largest city by population in North Korea. Located in the southern part of the South Hamgyong province, Hamhung is the main and most popular metropolitan area in the province, and is the destination for the vast majority of tourism by foreigners to the province. Hamhung has a thriving local economy compared to other metropolitan areas in North Korea, and it is known by North Koreans as a great area of architectural construction that was centrally planned, and built by the government of North Korea.
Folder made in the DPRK, 1976 about Ponghwa Revolutionary Site. The site in Kangdong County, Pyongyang in North Korea. The site is associated with Kim Hyong-jik, the father of North Korea’s first leader Kim Il-sung. Kim Hyong-jik lived in Ponghwa between mid-March 1916 and November 1917. At that time, he was teaching at the nearby Myongsin School. Kim had helped founding the school. Kim helped organizing resistance to the Japanese occupation of Korea in Ponghwa by holding secret meetings of various clandestine groups. The site consists of the school, a statue of Kim Hyong-jik, a monument to his revolutionary activities, the Pisok-gye Monument, ground for morning exercises, the Rock Floor, the Maekjon Ferry, dwellings, a shallow well, and a place on Mount Ponghwa were secret meetings were held. The Ponghwa-ri Revolutionary Museum on the premises opened in 2004 houses historical artifacts related to Kim Hyong-jik. In 2009, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) put visitor figures as follows: “During the past more than four decades since the revolutionary site was opened to visitors it has drawn nearly 16 million people. “As of 2012, more than 1.7 million people have visited the site since 2000”.
Folder made in the DPRK, 1978 and is about Taesongsan. Taesongsan is a mountain in Taesong-guyok, Pyongyang, North Korea. It has an elevation of 270 metres (890 ft). On and near the mountain there is the Revolutionary Martyrs’ Cemetery and the Korea Central Zoo. Also there is a amusement park. It was opened in 1977. Total area is 180,000m2, and contains 16 different rides.
Information map about the Arch Of Triumph in Pyongyang made in 1989. The Arch of Triumph is an arch in Pyongyang. It was built to commemorate the Korean resistance to Japan from 1925 to 1945. It is the second tallest triumphal arch in the world standing 60 m (197 ft) high and 50 m (164 ft) wide. The monument was built to honour and glorify President Kim Il Sung’s role in the military resistance for Korean independence. Inaugurated on the occasion of his 70th birthday, each of its 25,500 blocks of white granite represents a day of his life up to that point. The structure is modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, but is 10 metres (33 ft) taller. The arch is illuminated at night and has its own single cylinder diesel generator in case of main power failure.