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    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    • Far Eastern Enigma: Sights and People of the North Korean Capital
    © Sputnik / Iliya Pitalev
    People attending the opening ceremony of a new residential area on Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang.

    Rossiya Segodnya photo correspondent Ilya Pitalev produced a series of remarkable pictures as he chronicled his journey to Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea.

    The assortment of pictures taken by Pitalev during his visit to the North Korean capital offer you an insight into the life of probably one of the most insular nations on the planet.

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