The city is located just south of Panmunjeom on the 38th parallel. To defend the Korean capital, Seoul, many US and Korean army bases are set up in the city. In 2002, the northernmost South Korean railway station, Dorasan, was opened. North Korean territory and Kaesong City can be seen from Mount Dora in the city.
Camp Bonifas and Camp Liberty-Bell (home to US/ROKA Joint Security Area)
Camp Dodge – closed
Camp Edwards – closed
Camp Garry Owen – closed
Camp Giant – closed
Camp Greaves – closed
Camp Howze – closed
Camp Irwin – closed
Camp Pelham – closed
Camp Semper Fidelis (home of 1st Provisional DMZ Police Co., 1st Marine Div. 1953-1956)
Camp Stanton – closed
Multi-Purpose Live Fire Complex (MLFC), also called Rodriguez Range or Rodriguez Live Fire Complex
A military-controlled cemetery in the city holds the remains of 400 People's Volunteer Army soldiers killed during the Korean War. In 2014 South Korea and China agreed to repatriate the remains for reburial in Shenyang, China.
Heyri Art Village - with 350 artists in fine arts, music, theater, photography, sculpture, crafts and literature. It aims to promote cultural interchange, education, and exhibit and sell hand-crafted works of art.