Where is Kaesong-si in North Korea?

 

Kaesong-si is a region in North Korea!

Search the name of a city:

Kaessoo, Kaesmuti, Kaesongni, Kaeson-san, Kaesati

Here you will find the location of Kaesong-si on a map.
To see how it currently looks like outside, below are some pictures of the area from online web cameras.
You can also find the distance to the main cities in the region and to cities in the rest of North Korea.

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Where is Kaesong-si on the map?




Webcams near Kaesong-si

Daegwannyeong-myeon: Yongpyong Ski Resort.


Daegwannyeong-myeon: Yongpyong Ski Resort - Day time
Current
Daegwannyeong-myeon: Yongpyong Ski Resort - Current

Yangyang-gun › East: dongsan.


Yangyang-gun › East: dongsan - Day time
Current
Yangyang-gun › East: dongsan - Current

Sabuk-ri.


Sabuk-ri - Day time
Current
Sabuk-ri - Current

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Distances

Where is Kaesong-si relative to other places?


Top 10 cities in North Korea and distance from Kaesong-si.

City # Populationkmmiles
Aanshu1201125
Abuamni2261162
Abyungni3187116
Achadong413886
Achigonni5171106
Achimni69257
Achiul710867
Achon812175
Achondong910565
Adong103522



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Statistics and Geographics

North Korea is made up of 29358 cities in 13 regions.

The region Kaesong-si has 843 cities.

Where is Kaesong-si in North Korea?