Anju (North Korea)
|Korean alphabet :||안주 시|
|Hanja :||安 州市|
|Revised Romanization :||Anju-si|
Anju-si is divided into 20 tong (neighborhoods) and 22 ri (villages):
Anju is close to large hard coal deposits and has hard coal production facilities from North Korea. The storage sites are said to contain more than 130 million tons of coal. Namhŭng-dong is the location of the Namhŭng Youth Chemical Complex, one of the most important combines in North Korea.
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