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Postcard made in North Korea in the English language. The title of the postcard is:”Mansu Hill viewed from the fountain park”. The Mansu Hill Grand Monument is a complex of monuments in Pyongyang, North Korea. There are 229 figures in all, commemorating the history of the revolutionary struggle of the Korean people, and especially their leaders. The central part of the monument consists of two 20-meter-tall (66 ft.) bronze statues of deceased North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.
The monument was originally dedicated in April 1972 in honor of Kim Il Sung’s 60th birthday. At the time, the monument featured only Kim Il Sung. The statue was originally covered in gold leaf, but was later altered to bronze. Following Kim Jong Il’s death in 2011, a similar statue of him was erected on the north side of Kim Il Sung.