North Korean bunkers

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By pdunn @ 2005-10-12 20:34:16
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@ 2005-10-13 11:33:11
Bunkers, possibly ammunition storage. They appear to be mounds of earth inside a fenced enclosure with well used roads leading to the compound.

Mounded earth = trying to protect something underneath. These are dug into the side of a hill, even more protection from bombs and artillery shells.

Isolation from other facilities = stuff that could be harmful to other stuff, ie. explosives.

Well used roads = much traffic to/from compound.

Fenced enclosure = keep people in or out, probably out.