"Here’s a view of the Hwasong prison camp, or Camp 16, in the country’s northeast, where some 10,000 prisoners are believed to be held."
Google Fills In Some Blanks on Its North Korea Map | TIME.com
As Will W. pointed out on Twitter, “The symbol Google uses for a gulag is the stylised classical portico it uses to denote a public building." 
(The actual camp appears to be located some distance to the East of Google’s placemark.)

"Here’s a view of the Hwasong prison camp, or Camp 16, in the country’s northeast, where some 10,000 prisoners are believed to be held."

Google Fills In Some Blanks on Its North Korea Map | TIME.com

As Will W. pointed out on Twitter, “The symbol Google uses for a gulag is the stylised classical portico it uses to denote a public building.

(The actual camp appears to be located some distance to the East of Google’s placemark.)

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