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Pyongyang Architectural and Cultural Guide, 2 Vols.; Architekturführer Pjöngjang, englische Ausgabe : Essays by Ahn Chang-mo and Christian Posthofen (2011. 368 p. w. 450 ill. 245 mm): Ed. by Philipp Meuser: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Pyongyang Architectural and Cultural Guide, 2 Vols.; Architekturführer Pjöngjang, englische Ausgabe : Essays by Ahn Chang-mo and Christian Posthofen (2011. 368 p. w. 450 ill. 245 mm)
Pyongyang Architectural and Cultural Guide, 2 Vols.; Architekturführer Pjöngjang, englische Ausgabe : Essays by Ahn Chang-mo and Christian Posthofen (2011. 368 p. w. 450 ill. 245 mm)
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书籍简介
Academic Descriptors: KNO5850
Table of Contents
 
    Urban Planning
      The Role of Axes in Urban Space              8  (2)
      Major Buildings on Urban Axes                10 (4)
      Kwangbok Residential Area                    14 (2)
      Thongil Residential Area                     16 (4)
      Sungri Street                                20 (2)
      Changgwang Street                            22 (1)
      Chollima Street                              22 (2)
      Munsu Street                                 24 (1)
      Ryongnamsan Street                           25 (1)
      Mansudae Street                              26 (4)
    Residential Buildings
      Kwangbok Residential Development             30 (2)
      Changgwang Street                            32 (1)
      Thongil Residential Area                     33 (1)
      Puksae District                              34 (1)
      Munsu Street                                 34 (4)
    Cultural Venues
      Korean Revolution Museum                     38 (2)
      Korean Art Gallery                           40 (1)
      Kimilsungia and Kimjongilia Exhibition       40 (2)
      Hall
      Korean History Museum                        42 (2)
      The Three Revolutions Exhibition             44 (1)
      Minju Joson                                  45 (1)
      International Communications Centre          45 (1)
      Invention Agency of the National Science     45 (1)
      Academy
      Mansudae Assembly Hall                       46 (2)
      Government Buildings on Kim Il Sung Square   48 (2)
      Hydrometeorological Office                   50 (1)
      Pyongyang Embroidery Institute               50 (1)
      Pyongyang International House of Culture     51 (1)
      April 25 House of Culture                    51 (1)
      People's Palace of Culture                   52 (2)
      Pyongyang Grand Theatre                      54 (2)
      Moranbong Theatre                            56 (1)
      Central Youth Hall                           56 (2)
      Mansudae Art Theatre                         58 (1)
      Pyongyang Circus                             58 (2)
      East Pyongyang Grand Theatre                 60 (1)
      Taedongmun Cinema                            60 (1)
      Korean Film Studios                          61 (1)
      Pyongyang International House of Cinema      62 (1)
      April 26 Korean Children's Film Studio       63 (3)
    Education and Sport
      Kim Il Sung University                       66 (2)
      Kim Chaek University of Technology           68 (2)
      Pyongyang Schoolchildren's Palace            70 (1)
      Kim Jong Suk Creche                          71 (1)
      Pyongyang Kim Won Gyun Conservatory          71 (1)
      Grand People's Study House                   72 (2)
      Mangyongdae Schoolchildren's Palace          74 (2)
      Indoor Stadium                               76 (1)
      Kim Il Sung Stadium                          76 (1)
      Football Stadium                             77 (1)
      May Day Stadium                              78 (1)
      Ice Rink                                     79 (1)
      Sports Facilities on Chongchun Street        80 (6)
    Hotels and Department Stores
      Kwangbok Department Store                    86 (1)
      Department Store No. 1                       86 (1)
      Children's Department Store                  87 (1)
      Taesong Department Store                     87 (1)
      Okryu Restaurant                             88 (1)
      Restaurants on Changgwang Street             88 (2)
      Chongnyu Restaurant                          90 (2)
      Ryanggang Hotel                              92 (1)
      Yanggakdo International Hotel                92 (1)
      Pyongyang Koryo Hotel                        93 (1)
      Pothonggang Hotel                            94 (1)
      Pyongyang Hotel                              94 (1)
      Changgwangsan Hotel                          95 (3)
    Transport Infrastructure
      Yonggwang Metro Station                      98 (1)
      Pyongyang Railway Station                    98 (1)
      Hwanggumpol Metro Station                    99 (1)
      Puhung Metro Station                         100(1)
      Konsol Metro Station                         101(1)
      Okryu Bridge                                 102(1)
      Rungna Bridge                                102(1)
      Chungsong Bridge                             103(1)
      Heroic Youth Motorway                        103(1)
      September 9 Bridge                           104(1)
      Pyongyang-Hyangsan Motorway                  104(1)
      Chongnyu Bridge                              104(6)
    Monuments
      Grand Monument on Mansu Hill                 110(2)
      Tower of the Juche Idea                      112(2)
      Arch of Triumph                              114(2)
      Party Foundation Monument                    116(2)
      Chollima Monument                            118(1)
      Monument to the Immortality of President     119(1)
      Kim Il Sung
      Kumsusan Memorial Palace                     120(2)
      Victorious Fatherland Liberation War         122(2)
      Memorial
      Arch of Reunification                        124(3)
  Appendix
      Register                                     127
Index                                              128
The Illicit Guidebook                              6  (16)
          Philipp Meuser
Preface
      Pyongyang from Above                         22 (18)
        Panoramic Views of Pyongyang's City
        Centre
    An Architectural Cabinet of Curiosities        40 (44)
          Philipp Meuser
      A Stroll through Pyongyang
    Korean Architecture                            84 (78)
          Ahn Chang-mo
      Urban and Architectural History in
      Pyongyang
      Mass Gymnastics as a National Sport          138(24)
        The Arirang Festival in the May Day
        Stadium
    Learning from Pyongyang                        162(22)
          Christian Posthofen
      On the Legibility of Spatial Production
    Kim Jong-il (1991): On Architecture            184(36)
          Christian Posthofen
      Abridged and introduced
          Christian Posthofen
    Urban Propaganda                               220(16)
          Philipp Meuser
      Portraits and posters
  Appendix                                         236
      Pyongyang City Map
      Register/Literature/Authors
 

"Ambitiously designed community buildings, faceless mass housing developments, and a monumental emptiness are the defining features of Pyongyang - a city of three million inhabitants rising from rubble after the Korean War of the 1950s. This guide offers unprecedented insights into the capital of what is probably the most isolated country in the world, ruled in the third generation by a 'first family' stubbornly upholding its own brand of stone-age communism."