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TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THE MT. KUWOL REGION

Mt. Kuwol (Western Part)

This is a tourist region around Mt. Kuwol which is located in the midwestern part of Korea. Mt. Kuwol is one of the six famous mountains in Korea. The mountain's tinted autumnal colours in September are particularly beautiful, hence the name. It covers a total area of 110 square kilometres.

Mt. Kuwol turned into a pleasure ground for people and a tourist resort, thanks to the wise leadership of Chairman Kim Jong Il and the devoted struggle of the soldiers of the Korean People’s Army. It has sightseeing roads stretching over 100 kilometres, tens of pavilions and mountaineering routes.

Mt. Kuwol tourist region has not only scenic wonders but many historical sites including Kuwolsan Fort, Samsong Temple, Woljong Temple and Tomb No. 3 in Anak County.

As it is near Pyongyang, many people visit here for mountaineering, sightseeing and sea bathing. It is about 100 kilometres from Pyongyang to Mt. Kuwol and convenient to travel by road via Nampho and West Sea Barrage.

Mt. Kuwol

Mt. Kuwol

Chongchon Hotel

Hyangsan Hotel

Pohyon Temple

Ryongmun Cavern

Samsong Temple

Samsong Revolutionary Site

Songam Cave

Stupas

Trekking Route in
Manphok Valley

Trekking Route in
Sangwon Valley

Archives for the 80, 000 Blocks
of the Complete Collection of
Buddhist Scriptures

Mausoleum of King Kogukwon
Tomb No. 3 in Anak
mid-4th century

Mausoleum of King Kogukwon
Tomb No. 3 in Anak
mid-4th century

Woljong Temple
9th century

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