Pyongyang, North Korea
Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 39.019444, 125.738052.
Pyongyang is the capital and the largest city in North Korea. It is situated on the banks of the Taedong river, about 70 miles east of the Yellow Sea shores. It is believed that the city was established in the 10th century BC by local king dynasty, but during its long history the settlement was destroyed a few times. The modern Pyongyang was assigned as the capital city in the middle of the last century, when two Koreas split and North Korea state was established. For many decades North Korea has been a closed country ruled by strictly autocratic regimens. Therefore, the city can not be named a tourist destination. It is a cultural, industrial, economic, educational, and social life center of the country. The architecture and infrastructure are relatively outdated comparing with other large modern cites of the continent. The population of Pyongyang is exceeding 3 million people.
Map of Pyongyang, North Korea
Pyongyang, North Korea Lat Long Coordinates Info
The latitude of Pyongyang, North Korea is 39.019444, and the longitude is 125.738052. Pyongyang, North Korea is located at North Korea country in the Cities place category with the gps coordinates of 39° 1' 9.9984'' N and 125° 44' 16.9872'' E.
Pyongyang, North Korea Geographic Information
|DMS Lat||39° 1' 9.9984'' N|
|DMS Long||125° 44' 16.9872'' E|
Coordinates of Pyongyang, North Korea is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.
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