Sungri Street in the heart of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, lit up at night. The street runs through Pyongyang, directly in front of some famous sites such as Kim Il-sung Square, the headquarters for the Worker's Party of Korea, and as shown here, Pyongyang Grand Theater (not to be confused with East Pyongyang Grand Theater).
Just after 8pm on the largest holiday the country has ever seen, people were out and about - although mostly off the street itself. One of the nice things about North Korea is that the streets are these rather wide boulevards but with not that much traffic. Makes walking into the middle of the street not seem as crazy as in some other places. Some parts of Pyongyang are not as well lit up though, making you nearly invisible to traffic so do mind your step!
Sungri Street in Pyongyang.