The nature, characteristics and limits of urban spaces in North Korea have largely been defined by the Korean War.
The conflict left the country devastated, with the physical destruction of, on average, 85-90 percent of most major cities. The post-war years therefore offered a tabula rasa for the leadership to construct of a new country
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