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Namp'o (North Korean official spelling: ''Nampo''; ) is a city and seaport in Revised RomanizationSouth Pyongan Province , Revised RomanizationSouth Pyongan ProvinceNorth Korea . Namp'o lies on the northern shore of the Revised RomanizationSouth Pyongan ProvinceNorth KoreaTaedong River , 15 km east of the river's mouth. It was a provincial-level "Directly Governed City" ("Chikhalsi") from 1980 to 2004 and was designated a "Special City" ("T'ŭkgŭpsi"; ''tŭkpyŏlsi''; 특별시; 特別市),... read more

Ban Nampo

Ban Nampo is a village in Vientiane Province, Laos. It is located north along Route 13 from Vang Vieng, not far from the eastern bank of the Nam Song River. The Nam Po River flows into the Nam Song to the south. To the north is the village of Pak Pok.==References==Category:Populated places in Vientiane Province read more

Nampo Stadium

Nampo Stadium (Chosŏn'gŭl: 남포경기장; Hanja:南浦競技場 ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Nampo, North Korea. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 30,000 people and opened in 1973.== See also ==Category:Buildings and structures completed in 1973Category:Multi-purpose stadiums in North Korea read more

Nampo Dam

Film screening about the construction of the dam and the locks, in Nampo Dam visitor centerThe Nampho Dam or West Sea Dam, also known as the West Sea Barrage, is a tidal barrage located 15 km west of the special city of Nampho, North Korea. It is a huge, eight-kilometer-long system of dams, three lock chambers, and 36 sluices, allowing the passage of ships up to 50,000 tons. The dam closes the Taedong River off from the Yellow Sea. It was built from 1981 to 1986, with the resources of the whole... read more

Nampo-dong

Nampo-dong is a central commercial and shopping area in Busan, South Korea. Nampo-dong is in Jung District ("Central District") in the southern center of the city, bordering the city river on the north side. Served by two bridges connecting Yeongdo District to the south, Nampo-dong is also accessible by Nampo Station subway. The area mainly consists of a long north-to-south street with a large walking area with shops, cafes, restaurants, and statues or other seasonal or permanent exhibits. Side streets... read more

Nampo Station (Busan)

Nampo Station (a.k.a. Nampodong Station) is a station of the Busan Metro Line 1 in Nampo-dong, Jung District, Busan, South Korea.==External links==Category:Railway stations opened in 1988Category:1988 establishments in South Korea read more

Nampo-class corvette

The Nampo-class corvettes (or light frigates) are a class of warships built in North Korea.They were seen from satellite-photos in 2013 and are believed to be a replacement for the older Soho-class frigate.Two known hulls have been launched: one on the Japan Sea in Najin and one in Nampo for service in the Yellow Sea.There is little knowledge of their features and weapons.One of the clear element is the presence of a helicopter-deck and possibly even a small hangar.The only weapon system identified... read more

Waudo

Waudo (Sosŏm) is a former island in Taedong River in Nampo, North Korea. read more

Jagalchi Station

Jagalchi Station () is a station of the Busan Metro Line 1 in Nampo-dong, Jung District, Busan, South Korea.==External links==Category:Railway stations opened in 1988Category:1988 establishments in South Korea read more

Youth Hero Motorway

The Youth Hero Motorway (), also known as the Pyongyang–Nampo Motorway, is a in North Korea that connects the cities of Pyongyang, the capital of the country, and Nampo, a city on the coast of Korea Bay in South Pyongan Province. Construction began in November 1998, and the expressway opened in October 2000. It is classified as a level 1 roadway.According to the Korean Central News Agency, the motorway is so named for the youth that built the road. The project involved carrying 14 million cubic... read more

Wikipedia:WikiProject Spam/LinkReports/japaneseprints.blogspot.com

Reporting statistics of link japaneseprints.blogspot.com; 0 records.Below a full report on all use of the link japaneseprints.blogspot.com.This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accounts are spamming the link.# 2008-05-25 04:47:04 (UTC): User wikipedia:ja:219.185.152.49 (talk - contribs; 3) to :wikipedia:ja:大田南畝 ( - ) - Link: japaneseprints.blogspot.com/2007/05/ota-nampo-shokusanjin-1749-1823-ota.html.*... read more

Jagalchi Market

Jagalchi Fish Market is a fish market in the neighborhood of Nampo-dong in Jung-gu, and Chungmu-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, South Korea. The market is located on the edge of Nampo Port (남포항), Busan. The name is said to have originated from ''jagal'' (자갈 gravel in Korean) because the market used to be surrounded by gravel. This is one of the ten landmarks of Busan, so many tourists visit there to shop.==Gallery==Image:Korea-Busan-Jagalchi Market-09.jpgImage:Korea-Busan-Jagalchi Market-05.jpgImage:Korea-Busan-Jagalchi... read more

Kim Ung-so House

The Kim Ung-so House is the residence of yangban Kim Ung-so, located in Ryonghung Village, Ryonggang County, North Korea. Until 2002, descendants of Ung-so still lived in the house; after that date, it was rebuilt on orders of Kim Jong-il. It is now a tourist attraction. It is listed as a National Treasure of North Korea.== References ==Category:National Treasures of North KoreaCategory:Buildings and structures in Nampo read more

Posan Station

Posan Station is a railway station in Posan-dong, Ch'ŏllima-guyŏk, Namp'o Special City, North Korea. It is the terminus of a branchline from Kangsŏ on the P'yŏngnam Line of the Korean State Railway.Kokubu, Hayato, 将軍様の鉄道 (Shōgun-sama no Tetsudō), ISBN 978-4-10-303731-6 ==References==Category:Railway stations in North KoreaCategory:Buildings and structures in Nampo read more

Ōta Nanpo

was the most oft-used penname of Ōta Tan, a late Edo period Japanese poet and fiction writer. Ōta Nampo wrote primarily in the comedic forms of ''kyōshi'', derived from comic Chinese verse, and ''kyōka'', derived from ''waka'' poetry. Ōta Nampo's pennames also include Yomo no Akara, Yomo Sanjin, Kyōkaen, and Shokusanjin (蜀山人).Born into a lower-status samurai family in Edo, Nampo served the shogunate in various ways throughout his life. He began his literary career as a student of Chinese... read more

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