Pyongan

Pyongan is one of the historic provinces of , now broken up into North Pyŏngan, South P'yŏngan and the separately administered capital city Pyongyang.

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P'yŏngyang, with about 2,750,000 inhabitants, is the capital city of . Photo: Nicor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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) is in South Pyongan province in .

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