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Myohyang-san 1'909 m
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The Myohyang-san is after the Mount Baekdu (2'745 m) the second highest peak in North Korea and has been regarded as sacred by Koreans for a long time and it es deeply associated with Tangun (the mythological founder of Korea). The area houses various waterfalls and hiking tracks, as well as temples such as the Buddhust shrine Pohyon.  Korea North 1967 Myohyang-san stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

Korea North 1966, Myohyang-san.
The stamp was issued in the series "Rest Houses and Sanatoriums". Korea North 1967 Myohyang-san Mountain Mountain Sanju falls stamp

Korea North 1967, Sanju Falls.
The Sanju waterfall are situated in the Sangwon Valley (Myohyang-san) .


 Korea North 1963 Myohyang-san stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

Korea North 1963, Myohyang-san. Korea North 1973 Myohyang-san Mountain
orea North 1973 Myohyang-san stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli 

Korea North 1973, Myohyang-san. 


Korea North 1995, Pison Falls.
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "20 years WTO".
The Pison falls are located in the Manpok Valley (Myohyang-san). 



Korea North 1997
The International Friendship Exhibition centre is situated here at Myohyang-san. Korea North 2000 Myohyang-san mountain stamp

Korea North 2000, Myohyang-san.
40 Sanju waterfall, 40 Inho-rock, 120 Sangwon-Valley.



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