Temple in Central District of Pyongyang near the Grand People’s Study House shows the magnificent architectural skills of Korean ancestors.
An inside look around Potong Gate where beautiful streets and architecture have risen up from the debris of war.
Pyongyang abounds with magnificent architectural edifices beautifully decorating the marvelous epicenter of the Korean revolution.
6th century pavilion part of old walls of Pyongyang City named after famed patriotic general Ulmil.
Ceremony held for start of construction of first set of 50,000 new modern apartments planned for Pyongyang.
Temple in North Hwanghae Province shows the marvelous architectural talents of Korean ancestors.
Pavilion in Huichon City shows the talented architectural style of Korean ancestors.
Pavilion built in 427 served as the main gate to the fort on Mount Taesong in Pyongyang.
Buildings not only reflect contemporary architecture, but also express the ideology, emotions, and desires of the designers and builders.
Korean ancestors displayed their wisdom and skill throughout the field of sculpture.
Report from the Pyongyang University of Architecture.
As green energy-saving architecture becomes the main trend in the DPRK, research is being done to develop environmentally friendly building materials.
A look inside the Pyongyang City Designing Institute.
Tanchong paint has been developed and used in traditional Korean architecture for well over a thousand years.
A look inside the Paektusan Institute of Architecture in the DPRK.
Scenic pavilion once served as a command post for the walls of Pyongyang.
Temple originally built in 392 by one of the first Buddhist monks to spread Buddhism to the Korean peninsula.
Square in central Pyongyang used for major events and holidays in the DPRK.
6th century gate once served as northern gate to the inner walls of Pyongyang.
Historic pavilion stands at the highest point of Moran Hill in Pyongyang.
Free modern homes for over a thousand rural families completed in North Hwanghae Province.
Cultural education center built for schoolchildren and youth in North Phyongan Province.
Tens of thousands of meters along the Potong River through Pyongyang thoroughly spruced up for the cultural enjoyment of the working people.
New spruced up villages completed for affected families in the once disaster stricken Komdok area.
Hostel unveiled on the 25th fully equipped for the happy cultural living of textile workers.