Pyongyang Metro Card

$60.00

The Pyongyang Metro (Korean: 평양지하철도, ) is an urban rail transit system serving Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. The Pyongyang Metro was built in 1968 and opened on September 6, 1973, with the Chollima Line, Pyongyang’s first subway line.

In 2009, the Pyongyang subway carried 400,000 passengers a day.

In December 2010, the Pyongyang Metro operated two lines with a total length of about 24 km, with 17 stations (including the closed Gwangmyeong Station) interchanging stations for the Victory Station and the Comrade-in-Arms Station.

Size: 8.6cm * 5.5cm

The Pyongyang Metro (Korean: 평양지하철도, ) is an urban rail transit system serving Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. The Pyongyang Metro was built in 1968 and opened on September 6, 1973, with the Chollima Line, Pyongyang’s first subway line.

In 2009, the Pyongyang subway carried 400,000 passengers a day.

In December 2010, the Pyongyang Metro operated two lines with a total length of about 24 km, with 17 stations (including the closed Gwangmyeong Station) interchanging stations for the Victory Station and the Comrade-in-Arms Station.

Size: 8.6cm * 5.5cm

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