Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Compromise, Preserved, Fragile

160 miles long, 2.5 miles wide, it is the most militarized zone in the world.
Since it was established in 1953, Swiss and Swedish forces have monitored
the line. Tae Sung Dong and Kijong-dong are the only villages
allowed to remain inside the DMZ and are governed by the UN. As an unexpected consequence, the DMZ has become one the most pristine wildlife preserves on Earth.

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