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Map of Yanggang-do district in North Korea

Basic information about Yanggang-do
Ryanggang Province (Ryanggangdo; Korean: 량강도, Ryanggang-do, [ɾjaŋɡaŋ] or [jaŋɡaŋ]) is a province in North Korea. The province is bordered by China on the north, North Hamgyong on the east, South Hamgyong on the south, and Chagang on the west. Ryanggang was formed in 1954, when it was separated from South Hamgyŏng. The provincial capital is Hyesan. In South Korean usage, \Ryanggang\ is spelled and pronounced as \Yanggang.\
Cities, towns & villages in Yanggang-do
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Samjiyŏn-ŭpSamjiyŏn County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang Province, North Korea. It has its own airport. It takes its name from three lakes in the county, which are known as the Samjiyŏn. Samjiyŏn is situated near Mount Paektu, and tour groups fly to the district's airport to see the fabled mountain. Show Samjiyŏn-ŭpon the map
HyesanHyesan is a city in the northern part of Ryanggang province of North Korea. It is a hub of river transportation as well as a product distribution centre. It is also the administrative centre of Ryanggang Province. As of 2008, the population of the city is 192,680. Show Hyesanon the map
Kimjŏngsug-ŭpKimjŏngsuk County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea, along the Yalu River. Originally part of Samsu, the county was made a separate entity in 1952. Formerly known as Sinpa, it was named in 1981 after Kim Jong-suk, the mother of Kim Jong-il. Show Kimjŏngsug-ŭpon the map
SŭngjibaegamSungjibaegam is a town in Paegam County, Ryanggang Province in North Korea. Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site for the North Korean nuclear test on 12 February 2013 waslocated 23km ENE of Sungjibaegam. Show Sŭngjibaegamon the map
Taehongdan-ŭpTaehongdan County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea. It was originally part of Musan County. Show Taehongdan-ŭpon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Yanggang-do
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Samjiyŏn-gunSamjiyŏn County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang Province, North Korea. It has its own airport. It takes its name from three lakes in the county, which are known as the Samjiyŏn. Samjiyŏn is situated near Mount Paektu, and tour groups fly to the district's airport to see the fabled mountain.Show on map
RyanggangRyanggang Province (Ryanggangdo; Korean: 량강도, Ryanggang-do, pronounced [ɾjaŋɡaŋ] or [jaŋɡaŋ]) is a province in North Korea. The province is bordered by China on the north, North Hamgyong on the east, South Hamgyong on the south, and Chagang on the west. Ryanggang was formed in 1954, when it was separated from South Hamgyŏng. The provincial capital is Hyesan. In South Korean usage, \"Ryanggang\" is spelled and pronounced as \"Yanggang.\"Show on map
Kimhyŏnggwŏn-gunKimhyŏnggwŏn County is a kun, or county, in southeastern Ryanggang province, North Korea. It borders South Hamgyŏng to the south. Previously known as Pungsan, it was renamed by Kim Il Sung in 1990. He named it after his uncle, Kim Hyŏng-gwŏn. It is known for its striking scenery and for the Pungsan Dog, a large breed of hunting dog.Show on map
Hyesan-siHyesan is a city in the northern part of Ryanggang province of North Korea. It is a hub of river transportation as well as a product distribution centre. It is also the administrative centre of Ryanggang Province. As of 2008, the population of the city is 192,680.Show on map
Kimjŏngsuk-kunKimjŏngsuk County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea, along the Yalu River. Originally part of Samsu, the county was made a separate entity in 1952. Formerly known as Sinpa, it was named in 1981 after Kim Jong-suk, the mother of Kim Jong-il.Show on map
Kimhyŏngjik-kunKimhyŏngjik County is a kun of Ryanggang Province, North Korea. Formerly known as Huch'ang County, it was renamed in 1988 after Kim Il Sung's father, Kim Hyŏng-jik. The 2004 Ryanggang explosion occurred at Wŏltal-lodongjagu in this county.Show on map
Kapsan-gunKapsan County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea. During the Chosŏn Dynasty, officials who had fallen into disfavour were often sent into internal exile there.Show on map
P’ungsŏ-gunP'ungsŏ County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea. It was formed after the division of Korea from portions of Kimhyŏnggwŏn (then P'ungsan) and Kapsan counties.Show on map
Kaech’ŏn-siKaech'ŏn (Hangul: 개천시, Hanja: 价川市) is a city in South P'yŏngan province, North Korea.Show on map
Unhŭng-gunUnhŭng County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang Province, North Korea. It was created following the division of Korea from portions of Hyesan and Kapsan.Show on map
Samsu-gunSamsu County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea. Prior to 1954, it was part of South Hamgyŏng province.Show on map
Poch’ŏn-gunPoch'ŏn County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang Province, North Korea. It looks westward across the Amrok River at China.Show on map
Taehongdan-gunTaehongdan County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea. It was originally part of Musan County.Show on map
Paegam-gunPaegam County is a kun, or county, in Ryanggang province, North Korea.Show on map
Different buildings in Yanggang-do
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Samjiyŏn AirportSamjiyŏn Airport is a military airport near Samjiyon County, Ryanggang Province, North Korea. The airport is located near Baekdu Mountain. Tour groups fly to the airport for scheduled journeys to this significant landmark and to see the birthplace of Kim Jong-il. All tours to the area will include a trip here. The only flights to this airport are from Pyongyang Sunan International Airport and served by the country's only airline: Air Koryo.Show on map
Hyesan-bihaengjangHyesan Airfield is an airport near Hyesan, Ryanggang-do, North Korea.Show on map