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Dmz or rather Demilitarized Zone is everything but that. Almost inaccesible strip of land that stretches across the 38th parallel, it's a no man's land that became a symbol of both parts to show off through propaganda. Actually allowed areas are few and overmonitored across its 650 km square and in any case they can only be visited going through a licensed tour operator. Of course photos are constantly under concession.Sometimes wrap up in an athmosphere of an amusement park, with its carousels, threatres and souvenir shops, daily the DMZ symbolic places are reached by hundreds visitors of any age and any origin except for South Koreans whose procedure is paradoxically much more garbled.

Maria Teresa Bilotta​

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