Visual Index of Pyongyang Sites (Site name and description)
105 Building 105 Building (late 20th century)
A bleak, unfinished hotel.
Children's Palace Children's Palace (late 20th century)
An elite school for North Korean children.
DPRK Monuments D.P.R.K. Monuments (various ages)
A sampling of monumental statues in the city.
Grand People's Study House Grand People's Study House (1982)
A 600 room library.
Juche Tower Juche Tower (1982)
A 150-meter tower commemorating North Korea's Juche philosophy.
Kim Il-sung Square Kim Il-sung Square (late 20th century)
The North Korean equivalent of China's Tiananmen square.
Mangyongdae House Mangyongdae House (early 20th century)
The birthplace of Kim Il-sung.
May Day Stadium May Day (Rungnangdo) Stadium (late 20th century)
An 150,000 seat stadium. The site of mass rallies.
Moranbong Hill Moranbong Hill (ageunknown)
A park with traditional pavilions.
Potong Gate Potong Gate (rebuilt 1473, then 1955)
A historic gate destroyed and then rebuilt after the Korean War.
Pyongyang Station Pyongyang Station (mid 20th-century)
Pyongyang's chief rail station.
Pyongyang Streets Pyongyang Streets (late 20th century)
Some random views of Pyongyang Streets.
Subway Architecture Subway Architecture (late 20th century)
A subway network 150 meters below the surface.
Taedong Gate Taedong Gate (ageunknown)
Another historic gate.
Triumphal Arch Triumphal Arch (1982)
North Korea's answer to the one in France.
War Cemetery War Cemetery (1975)
Honors over a hundred revolutionaries who died fighting against the Japanese occupation forces.

Bibliography:

Chong, Bong-uk (editor). A Handbook on North Korea.
  Naewoe Press, 1998. Seoul

Le Corbusier. Towards a New Architecture
  Dover Publications, 1923 (reprinted 1986). New York

Pyongyang Review (no authors listed)
  Foreign Language Publishing House, 1988. Pyongyang