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Description The UNESCO World Heritage listed Tomb of King Tongmyong (259-298BC) is located some 20km south of central Pyongyang, in a remote, serene locale. King Tongmyong is the founder of the Koguryo Kingdom, one of the famed Three Kingdoms of Korea (the other two being Silla and Baekje).
Date 27 September 2008, 09:02:22
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