Well the idea is that when the South Koreans and US invade North Korea they will blow up the pillars at each end making the concrete barrier drop and block the road, preventing vehicles from moving north. The South Koreans have the same things. Here's a recent story about the SK ones: http://www.stripes.com/news/s-korea-s-overpasses-to-nowhere-remain-part-of-defense-strategy-1.106886
No, all very much according to a prepared itinerary. We weren't allowed to take pictures from the bus and when we left NK they went through all our photos making us delete the ones that showed NK in a less than complimentary light
""Its something like "with the great general's juche we complete our communist society"...""
good photo! lol =)
now i recognize it. this is the fountain where one of the caracters slept on. the one that say : "la piazza e mia". its a funny thing. i'm from Albania and i didn't know that this place was called "Circolo SKANDERBEG" and was founded by Arbëreshë people. now there are 2 things for me to like this place: 1) My heritage and 2) Cinema Paradiso
The photo was taken in 1992. I was there for UNTAC in Sisophon, and visited my collegue who was stationed in PP, the Monorom hotel. He took me on a tour to Pochentong. I also visited the war museum in the city, nowadays in Siem Reap (halfway route 6 between the airport and the village). There was a F6 Shenyang Farmer displayed, also in a fair state. The move to Siem Reap didn't do her good either. At U-Tapao airbase Thailand I also saw some iconian aircraft, DC3 Dakota, Grumman Tracker, you can see them standing inbetween shellwalls on a quarter from the north at the platform.
أفضل مكان لممارسة رياضة الجري أو المشي فيما يعرف بالاكستنسيف في الحي الدبلوماسي بالرياض
صورة رائعة للسقف الجديد لقصر الثقافة
Its known in the west as China Beach...
Mường thanh, hồng cúm him lam
Hoa mơ lại trắng, vườn cam lại vàng.