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Kumgangsan

Kumgangsan, literally the Diamond Mountains, is in North Korea. Kumgangsan is the second tallest mountain in North Korea with its highest peak at 1,638 meters. The area is famed for its scenic beauty, and in 1998 became the first part of North Korea that could be visited on organized tours from the South.
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8 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

9 km east of Kumgangsan
Kangwon
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12 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

11 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

9 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

9 km east of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

12 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Kangwon

10 km east of Kumgangsan
Asian Highway 6

10 km northeast of Kumgangsan
Asian Highway 6

Also in the Area

Destinations nearby to Kumgangsan: Kŭmgang-san, Paegun-dae, Chunghyangsŏng and Naegŭmgang.
Landmarks in the area: Piro-bong, Yŏngnang-bong, Kasap-kul and Sasŏn-gyo.

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