North Korea leader’s beautiful palace

7. Front view of the Palace

When he’s not appearing publicly, Kim has a breathtaking number of hideaways to choose from. He reportedly owns 17 palaces dotted around North Korea, including one with its own 500m airstrip in Wonsan. But his main residence, Central Luxury Mansion, is in the country’s capital, Pyongyang. The nuclear attack-proof palace is protected by multiple military units along with a high-voltage electric fence and even minefields. It even has its own train station underneath and has tunnels connecting it to some of his other properties.