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Monument to the Korean Workers Party, Pyongyang

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The impressive 50 meter (164 feet) high Monument to the Korean Workers Party stands dedicated to the 50-year anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea. The monument shows three fists holding the sickle, brush, and hammer, which stand for farmers, intellectuals, and workers. The belt surrounding the fists symbolizes the unity of the leader, the Workers' Party, and the people. The site of the monument itself spans 25,000 square meters (6 acres), including a huge plaza in front that hosts dances and festivals. Nearly 15,000 square meters (3 acres) of park surround the monument site, which has more than 12 fountains and 50,000 trees. To visit Monument to the Korean Workers Party and get the most from your holiday in Pyongyang, create itinerary details personal to you using our Pyongyang vacation trip planner.
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  • I went to one of the sights of Pyongyang. Under construction across the Taedong River in the distance across the Korean revolution Museum, ryugyong hotel will appear. Built in the hand holding the brush, sickle and hammer in the Center, inside the slogan of the Korean workers ' Party is written in Korean. I think one of apparently North Korea monuments.
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  • Nobody does giant monuments quite like the DPRK. The monument itself is impressive with the giant sickle, hammer and brush of the DPRK Workers Party visible from distance. When you step into the middl...  more »
  • such monuments are fully throughout the country, and when our guide led us here, we were disappointed, not only that it is not aesthetically beautiful, and historically as the said Guide does not bear any interest
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  • This is a wonderful place at all times of the day, in the morning you might be able to spot the local wildlife, consisting of orphan children and lost tourists, as they are being cleaned up by the guards. Later in the day a grouping will occur, this is really something else. The locals will gather in a crowd and start shouting "CHING CHONG CHANG PING PONG PANG", they will then go home to give way for the evening event, the main attraction. The guards will round up the square of those who wish to stay a little longer, after the locals start running. Then you will be able to adhere to your own execution. I rate North/Korea.
  • Real crazy party here last weekend. Government thrown a huge party with so many strippers, free soju so i was too drunk and they even had tiesto as the dj there. Was mad fun cant wait till the big party in 2 weeks from now
  • Beautyfull place. Here, you can breath the comunist air
  • North Korea, Choke on my cock. Love, Kmatz
  • Big, imposing hands. Tour bus stopped far away. Highly recommend getting close. The scale is amazing.