Liberation Tower

The tower, unveiled on August 15, Juche 36 (1947), to hand down to posterity the great services of the former Soviet soldiers who helped the Korean people liberate their country, stands at the foot of Moran Hill.

It covers an area of 128 000 m2.

Renovated marking the 40th anniversary of the country’s liberation on August 15, Juche 74 (1985), the tower portrays in the main the joy of the liberated Korean people, and represents the ideological content of friendship between the DPRK and the USSR in a peculiar formative way.

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