Centres for Education in Traditions of Korean Revolution
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK
Pyongyang, March 29 (KCNA) -- Centres for education in the revolutionary traditions including revolutionary battle sites and historic places have been splendidly spruced up in the DPRK.
The Monument to the Victorious Battle of Musan Area with a statue of President Kim Il Sung standing high was successfully erected on the table land of Taehongdan in the area of Mt. Paektu to be a grand monumental edifice of eternal value.
Amid the great expectation and concern of the people across the country the members of the volunteer teams of Party information workers from across the country built the Paektu Museum, constructed stone steps from the peak of Mt. Paektu down to the shore of Lake Chon and built many public buildings and modern dwelling houses and power stations in Samjiyon township, Mubong, Rimyongsu, Phothae and other areas. As a result, the area of Mt. Paektu took on a new appearance as a holy land of revolution.
More materials and relics related to the history of the revolution have been added to the Korean Revolution Museum in recent years.
The Rangrim revolutionary site was restored to its original state on the principle of historicism and scientific nature and there appeared Yonsa, Migok and Rajin revolutionary museums.
Monuments to the revolutionary activities and field guidance of the peerlessly great persons Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Suk were erected in every place associated with their immortal revolutionary history including Kim Chol Ju Artillery General Military Academy, the Pyongyang Textile Mill, the Maram Assorted Feed Factory and the Naedong Co-op Farm in Kangryong County.
Camps and roads have been rebuilt and modernized for the visitors to the revolutionary battle sites and historic places. Last year alone at least 246,000 people from all walks of life, servicepersons and school youth and children visited the native home in the secret camp of Mt. Paektu. And other revolutionary battle sites and historic places also attracted an endless crowd of visitors.
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