Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang

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Learn about North Korean military history at Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum. The museum provides an alternative view of the country's military feats, particularly interesting to visitors from Western nations. Carefully catalogued exhibits fill the multi-level building, including a 360-degree diorama of the Battle of Daejon and a U.S. Navy ship captured in the 1960s. Before you visit Pyongyang, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
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  • Fascinating to experience life inside an alternative reality.Here you will learn how the evil USA started the Korean War and was totally defeated by the valiant Korean people.The major role played by....  more »
  • Very interesting, and no expense spared in this recent upgrade to a new building from the old one. The artifacts are amazing - obviously focused on the Korean War but interesting to see their version....  more »
  • You don't know what victory looks like until you visit this victory-laden war memorial! This memorial was built by Great Leader to commemorate the victor of every war since the dawn of time - Great Leader himself! The Korean War? Victory. WW2? Victory. The Crusades? Double rainbow victory! If you're in town, you simply must stop by and pay your respects to this memorial. No joke, you really must! Otherwise, you'll find out first hand just how victorious Great Leader can be! LOL. Savvy Traveler Tip: Show up before 8 am to catch the early morning beating show - it's a smash hit!
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